This news should bring some long-lasting pleasure to San Francisco's condom crusaders who are trying to blanket the city with free rubbers: The nation's sexually active report being just as excited when using rubbers during sex as they are during bare-backing sessions.
A new study published in The ... More >>
Today is Female Condom Day, where women and gay men -- or any closeted Republican who likes anal sex -- are being asked to pay respect and attention to the condom just as they would a sucker on National Lollipop Day.That means you should definitely have a quickie today -- you deserve it.It's the fir ... More >>
While they have the attention of lovers and horny people everywhere, health officials are camping onto Valentine's Day to promote National Condom Week. And that's probably a good idea, considering the news last week detailing San Francisco's STD problem. Today, the California Family Health Counci ... More >>
Do you need someone from the health department to slip it in for you?Just a year ago, the city's Health Department proudly released the female condom 2 with forceful fanfare. But after reviewing some preliminary stats on STD cases over the last year, we've concluded that those touted contraceptiv ... More >>
Female condom: putting the "party" back into party bus. Health Department Tries Hand At Public Service Announcement Porn. Best. Video. Ever.The wait has been long. It has been curious. And now the Female Condom 2 will finally launch in San Francisco on Valentine's Day. The motto: "The FC2, For Wh ... More >>
Just slip it in. The Female Condom 2 is coming soon to San Francisco to line a vagina -- or anus -- near you. The Department of Public Health will be launching a campaign to promote the use of the Female Condom 2 (known as the FC2 for short) on Valentine's Day.The city received a $100,000 grant f ... More >>
The female condom is awkward. Cheaper female condoms! Come get yer cheaper female condoms!Yeah. That's really what's up. A newer, cheaper female condom, FC2, as in, Female Condom 2 (wildly creative, right?) was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2009. It costs about 65 per ... More >>