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Students Are Clueless About Condoms
Tuesday 24th April, 2007 14:37 Comments: 1
I heard about this on BBC Radio 1 this morning, and couldn't help laugh out loud. More than one in 10 university students cannot put a condom on properly and 16% believe two condoms are safer than one. More than a third of students believe condoms have holes in them big enough for HIV to get through. The survey of more than 2,200 university students, carried out for the charity Terrence Higgins Trust and the National Union of Students, involved 20 questions about condoms. Other findings were that one in 10 students think condoms should be stored in a warm place (which can actually cause them to perish), while seven students believed they could be washed and re-used!
Avatar Yamahito - Tuesday 24th April, 2007 14:53
Technically, I suppose two condoms *can* be safer than one, in the rare case one splits. I admit, I've never felt the need to make a study of that one...

And in the bad ol' days, latex condoms were expensive and reusable!

Still, shocking.
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