National Condom Day
National Condom Day
National Condom Day - Valentine' Day is upon us. Valentine's Day is the day for lovers and whereas there will be cards and flowers exchanged and more than a few candle lit dinners there will be a bit of 'nooky' too. Those who have read Valentine's Day Tiger will be aware that Valentine's Day is also National Condom Day. It is also International Condom Day.
Although the condom has always had a role to play in sexual health, it's primary purpose has been as a method of birth control. The condom provides choices in family planning but it also prevents pregnancies where the idea of producing a child is the very last thing in a lustful mind.
Our world is in a mess. Pollution, starvation, reduced resources, forest loss, over fishing, habitat destruction, overcrowding, climate change. All are interlinked and hand in hand with the undeniable fact that there are just too many of us on our very crowded planet. Lets not have any more unwanted births started this Valentine's Day. It is National Condom Day.
Wear A Condom To Help Save Wildlife. Remember that 2010 was the Year of the Tiger and 2011 is the year of the Rabbit. 2013 is the year of the snake... a bit symbolic. 2014 is the year of the horse. With more people more forests will be felled, more rivers polluted, more wilderness destroyed. Think before you make love, before lust clouds your judgement. Wear a Condom and Save a Tiger and remember what they say about Rabbits....Save Our Planet.
Condoms Make Sense -
Condom use can be part of foreplay.
Condoms can be sexy.
Condoms come in all sorts of flavours, including Whiskey.
Five Billion Condoms are used each year...but it is not enough.
There are more than 100 different brands of Condom on the market...try them all,
The Danish word for Condom is ...'svangerskabsforebyggendemiddel'.
The first published use of the word 'Condum' was in a 1706 poem.
The first Condoms were made of animal intestines and in use in 1000 BC
The average shelf life of a Condom is two years...how long has it been in your wallet or handbag?
Condoms appeared in Cave Paintings in Grotte des Combarrelles in France and the paintings are estimated to be 12,000 years old.
The average Condom can hold about a gallon of liquid.