Uh, oh. It looks like things are going to get pretty awkward in the bedroom due to the coronavirus. According...
Safety first -- and we're not talking about helmets.
And that's not all it does...
It's called hydrogel.
Looking to spice things up in the bedroom? Tired of the same old latex condom? Well the guys over at J&D's have created something for you: bacon flavored condoms.
In the wake of the Steubenville rape trial, there has been increased dialogue about the importance of consent. Unfortunately, the societal narrative around consent is so muddled, distorted, and harmful. There's a ton of emphasis on the absence of no and not nearly enough about the presence of yes.
I love condoms. Sometimes I feel alone in this, because a lot of people who commit to using condoms regularly always seem to do so with reluctance and resignation.
So CC's lovely editor Alex was browsing Reddit this week and came across this post, with a guy asking if it was unreasonable to ask his girlfriend of four years to give him a blow job without a condom. My initial thoughts? That must taste weird, very latex-y and possibly like spermicide.
The other day, my supervisor barreled into the office and proceeded to freak out about this article he'd read in the New Yorker about a new strain of gonorrhea that can't be treated with antibiotics. He and my other boss - both of whom are married and ostensibly free from contracting STDs - were utterly appalled and proceeded to disparage people who have casual sex, and said they hope this news would teach the "floozies" a lesson.
Gonorrhea (nicknamed The Clap) is only one antibiotic away from becoming untreatable. Yep, all the previous treatments are no longer responding.
Many students make the mistake of assuming that applying to college is an entirely objective process where you send grades, essays and test scores through an electronic medium and are filtered through some computer program that determines whether or not you have a shot at getting into a program.