Do you ever wonder about things like: Are the condoms in the machine in the bathroom at the gas station safe to use? What's the best method of birth control for certain ages? How do female condoms really work?
Well, after someone told me she'd compared the quality of a variety of condoms on a pop bottle and only a few survived the test, um, I was curious how much thought we give to protecting ourselves. I'd guess that most of us have had accidents using contraceptives. The only thing that is 100% failproof is abstinence.
So, if that isn't an option, raise your hand. Yeah...didn't think so. Put your hand down and read on. Safety is a must. It only takes once for pregnancy and/or an STD. Before the moment leads you down the road of no return, know the facts.
Did you know...
1. Birth control pills are the most common form of birth control.
2. Using contraception to skip a period isn't unhealthy.
3. Hormonal birth control methods for men are coming.
4. Condoms are the only contraceptive that prevents sexually transmitted diseases.
5. Condoms have appeared in cave paintings.
6. There have been clinical trials on clear condoms.
7. A man's wallet isn't the best place to store a condom because of the exposure to heat.
8. If you have a sensitive vajayjay don't use lubricated condoms because they can irritate your nether regions. Instead, use KY.
9. Never fall for the saying, "It feels better without a condom."