No glove, no love.
No glove, no love.
The more you know!
Since Los Angeles County passed a law requiring adult film actors to wear condoms, the number of porn films produced in the county has dropped significantly.
This is the fourth such case in less than three weeks.
Seriously, STOP THIS HORRIFYING THING.
Arguably the most important invention ever.
Plus bad news for the Easter bunny, Kai the Hatchet Hitchhiker’s surf trip, and all the times Fresh Prince broke the fourth wall.
CAN’T YOU STOP ACTING LIKE WALTER WHITE AND JUST BE NICE? (h/t Uproxx)
The restaurant’s tagline: “Our food is guaranteed not to cause pregnancy.”
Oh, the conveniences of living in Sweden or New Jersey.
Durex suggests that Obama has another lead over Romney. (via e.weibo.com)
After opening the nightstand drawer in my hotel room, I’m not sure which path to choose.
Don’t get too excited before you click…
To make sweet, sweet music. And, you know, for other things.
Well, this is one way to keep track of all the guys you’ve slept with. Umm, maybe this is an art installation or some kind of bizarre stock photo.
A new report says New York City officers routinely use condom possession as evidence of prostitution — and confiscate and destroy condoms if they think they might be used in sex work.
And Reverse Cowgirl. GILFs Gone Wild! It’s a PSA via Florida for the organization Safer Sex for Seniors. And it’s Nas-tay!
They’re, in the end (heh), safe for work. Update: French ad agency contacts me, says they’re not fake.
Is that a viking in your pants, or are you just happy to violently rape me?
A new study shows female condoms are a surprisingly effective way to stop the spread of HIV. But does anybody actually use them? Turns out, people do — if they know how.
A weird and fascinating peek behind the scenes at a condom factory.
From overkill brand names to dubious displays to that old hand-crafted touch, here are some of the worst (or best) ways to market condoms.
Seriously kids, wrap it up. It’s all fun and games until someone gets syphilis.
Historical societies collect and preserve a number of strange items, but Ohio Historical Society owns one of the more shocking objects: a reusable condom made circa 1860.
So, Trojan makes Gumby condoms. Why Gumby you ask? I don’t think the world will ever know.
More effective than the threat of hideous diseases is the threat of responsibility. Olla Condoms in Brazil sent friend requests to single dudes from fictional love children. A sort of scared straight viral marketing campaign to get guys to wrap it up.