Post(s) tagged with "condoms"
Look what I found at the Center for Sex and Culture the other day.
Now I know most people know that most people that loooove sex, also love the environment. And it’s great to see that the environment loves people who have sex responsibly and safely. Thank you CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY for siding with your sex positive allies. We love and support you too!
Be an activist now, and order your own Endangered Species Condoms.
Treating the country’s 110 million STDs comes with a price tag of $16.7 billion a year.
“Four of the infections - chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis - respond well to treatment and can be cured if discovered early, yet many of these cases go undetected because they often are not accompanied by any symptoms. The CDC urges all people who are sexually active to get STD screening and prompt treatment if necessary.”
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