When it comes to condom use, a new study finds that expectations of what alcohol might do and partner type have much more to do with women’s decisions than whether they were drinking or even how much they drank.
J&D Foods, the manufacturer of everything bacon, has just released bacon condoms. Not only do these new condoms taste and smell like bacon, they feature images of bacon as well—hence the product’s tagline, “Make your meat look like meat.”
I’m and 18 years old and have been having sex for a year and been on the pill for about a year. I take my birth control like a ritual at the same time every day (the combination pill). Sometime my boyfriend and I don’t use a condom in the beginning to get him hard then we always put one on. My question is, when on the pill do you absolutely have to use condoms? They say that every time you have sex you NEED to use a condom. I know it is the most effective way, but I thought that the one of the points of the pill is so you don’t need to use a condom.
Heather Corinna replies:
We get asked about this a lot; about whether once you have a more effective method of contraception than condoms, like a hormonal method or IUD, if they’re still needed to prevent pregnancy.
The only right answer to that question, no matter who asks it, is that it really depends on what you and your partner want and need.
A common method internationally for law enforcement to target those in the sex trades and gender non-conforming people is to use the possession of condoms as evidence to make stops and arrests for various different prostitution charges.