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CONDOMS

public service announcement about condoms providing safer sex.
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mari gigirey

on 3 July 2013

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Transcript of CONDOMS

START
Follow Me:
Let me tell you all about
CONDOMS!

1) Is it good for condoms to be kept in a wallet?
2) Are oil based lubricant bad for
'
buisness
'
?
3) Do condoms have expiration dates?
4) I can only get condoms in pharmacies.
How much
do
you
think
you
know about condoms?
5) Are condoms one size fits all?
6) You put on the condom right before a man cums.
7) There is only one type of condoms (regular type)
No
: the heat could weaken it.
Yes
: they break down the latex.
Yes
: just like groceries.
No
: I can get them in supermarkets, web mail and some petrol stations too!
No
: they come is all sizes.
No
: right when the penis is erect.

False
: they can also come flavored, in other sizes and with relief.
Answers
Prevention
Pregnancy
- 3% chance of unwanted pregnancy, while using a condom

STD’s
- rather they are viral or bacterial they are still not small enough to get past the latex!
It CAN happen to you!
Studies show that even people whom are well educated about the safety concerns of unprotected sex, are still very likely to have a low self-perception of STD risk.
Convenient
Here is why...
1)
Unlimited Access
Condoms are available everywhere, some colleges even have vending machines with them.
So on your next grocery run, or whatever pick up some.
2)
Cost Effective
On average they are 11-18 for a pack of 12, they also come in three packs
3)
Portable and Stealthy
Its easy to be prepared.
Though it is
not
recommended to keep them in your wallet, it is okay for them to hang out in there for a few hours while your waiting for ‘IT’ to happen.
The best part is nobody has to know!
4)
Super easy to use!
Let me show you how.

1)
Open It Up
Is it expired?
Be gentle- its very thin.
2)
Pinch the Tip
Less Air = Less Friction = Less Breakage
Breakage only happens about 3% of the time.
3)
Roll It On
Go all the way to the base.
4)
Lube It Up
It helps it feel better.
It helps it not to break.
Dont use oil based!
Or buy condoms that are pre-lubricated.
5)
Trash It
Put your hand at the base and slowly remove, without spilling.


Don’t be silly, Protect your willy



Cover your stump, before you hump



If you think she’s spunky, protect your monkey

explan-ation step by step:
throw the condom away in a bin, not down the toilet!
A SHORT MOVIE!
A condom is a barrier device commonly used during sexual intercourse to reduce the probability of pregnancy and spreading sexually transmitted diseases.
WHAT IS IT?
Some male condoms come with spermicide on them. Spermicide's a chemical that kills sperm.
condoms with SPERMICIDE!

Spermicide works by inactivating, killing or damaging sperm and come in several forms, including cream, jelly, foam or foaming tablet. Spermicide does not prevent sexually transmitted diseases and has one of the lowest rates of pregnancy prevention success.



The spermicide acts as a backup contraception method in case the condom breaks or tears during sexual intercourse.


There is some controversy about the effectiveness of spermicidal condoms. Contracept.org says spermicidal condoms have not proven more effective, while Planned Parenthood recommends the use of spermicide with condoms for effectiveness.

Research by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates nonoxynol-9 might increase the risk of contracting some sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. This is possible because of the potential for spermicide to irritate and cause micro-abrasions in the vagina.
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF CONDOMS:

-reliable method of preventing pregnancy
-they protect both partners from sexually transmitted infections (STD s)
-you only need to use them when you have sex
-male condoms are easy to get hold of and come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and flavors

ADVANTAGES!
DISADVANTAGES!
-some couples find that using condoms interrupts sex


RISKS
some people are allergic to latex condoms. You can get condoms that are less likely to cause an allergic reaction.
THE CONDOM CAN SPLIT OR COME OFF!
If that happens, you have to take a Morning-after Pill!
WHERE TO GET CONDOMS
Condoms for free:
-contraception clinics
-sexual health or GUM (genitourinary medicine) clinics
-some GP surgeries
-some young people's services

Buy condoms from:
-pharmacies
-supermarkets
-websites
-mail
-order catalogs
-vending machines in some public toilets
-some petrol stations

Individually, condoms usually cost a dollar or more. Packs of three can cost from about $2 to $6. In packages of 12, condoms can cost less than a dollar each. Example: LifeStyles Ultra Sensitive condoms cost about $2.99 for a 3 pack.
By: Melissa Werner
Mariana Gigirey
A Durex Publicity
A short funny Video
SHORT QUIZ!
Flavored Condoms
Studded Condoms

These condoms are shaped and textured to increase pleasure for either the female, male or both partners
NIGHT LIGHT
Glow-In-The-Dark Condom
Different Sizes
Warming Condoms
They contain a warming lubricant that is activated by natural body moisture, so it heats up during sexual intercourse.
Colored Condoms
Pleasure Shaped
Edible Condoms
The condom is rolled on, and then can be eaten off! Edible condoms are for novelty use only . they do not provide any type of protection against pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.
Sensis Condoms with "QuikStrips"
Sensis Condoms (lubricated and made of latex) represent the first new FDA-approved condom technology in over 50 years.
French Ticklers
These condoms either have a soft rubber tickler tip or are made of soft jelly. Tickler condoms fit over the penis and come in various styles of nodules, nubs, and ridges and shapes that provide stimulation by "tickling" the inner walls of the vagina.
TINGLING PLEASURE CONDOMS
These condoms are formulated to provide an intensifying, tingling experience for both partners
All forms of spermicide are effective for approximately one hour after application.
FUNCTION OF SPERMICIDE
EFFECTIVENESS
WARNINGS
HOW SPERMICIDE WORKS WITH CONDOMS
-RISKS!
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