Happy World Contraception Day, everyone!
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On this episode of Daily VICE, the olympic gold medalist takes a break from swim practice to answer some trivia.
I found cum-stained paper stuffed into every crack, crevice, and corner of my bedroom.
As a kid, I was convinced that my mom and her friends had to carry around all sorts of magical items, plus a couple of bricks. I thought that was the law—in case they needed to save the world or something.
For the first time in five decades, there's been actual progress in the design of a condom that doesn't suck.
Thin walls, rumors, shitty roommates, and the ability of a nasty STI to wipe out an entire floor all make quick dorm hookups a bit of a minefield.
Nature does not want you to have condomless sex.
Megg, Mogg, and Owl discuss good gifts for babies. Highly recommended for those who are expecting.
Condoms cost about $70 each, while the government is trying to teach women how to make their own pads, with fabric.
According to one professor, the rise of social media means teens are less likely to go outside—the outside world of course being where most of the sperm is.
Julius Fromm invented the condom vending machine, then watched his business empire fall to the Nazis before dying in exile in London. Happy National Condom Week.
"Thank you condoms for sucking, but I'm now a dad and it's amazing."
How can STI rates be up even though fewer people are having sex?
Gonorrhoea, chlamydia, and herpes are on the rise among older people. To find out more I spoke to researchers, and my own dad, about sexual health among the elderly.
The future leaders of the world are putting condoms full of water on their heads.
We checked out all the sewage being poured into the Saint Lawrence River because #flushgate is real.
Porn producers would get full access to performers' medical records, condoms would be required on set, and facial ejaculation wouldn't be allowed without safety goggles.
Chris Nieratko loves celebrity sex tapes and hates condoms.
While intrauterine devices are now as popular as condoms with American teens, less than 3 percent of Australian women use them.
Russia's Ministry of Industry and Trade now supports restricting the import of Western-made rubbers, which health officials say will promote "discipline" and make Russians more "selective in their choice of partners."
But just because you might pick up STIs that don't put a tangle in your dangle doesn't mean you should throw your condoms out just yet.
A drug called Truvada is the first FDA-approved means of preventing HIV infection—could this controversial treatment be a step toward the end of the AIDS era?
Australia will have to wait a while longer to access the next chapter in HIV prevention.