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The condom... the latest trend in Women's Personal Care Products

Ahhhh the condom. Mention it and you can clear a room faster than yelling "FIRE!"
So what do we all have against this poor little piece of latex?
Well, it can be an awkward addition to a passionate event... sort of the third party of a love triangle you don't want to deal with. But practically speaking, the condom should always be with you.

Women should listen intently to this... the condom is a WOMAN'S product! The condom is a very effective means of contraception, and helps to protect against Sexually Transmitted Diseases, including HIV. Women are at higher risk for most of these infections than men, simply because of the way we are designed... some 300,000 American women have HIV or AIDS alone, and there is a new diagnosis about every 30 minutes... by age 50 at least 80% of women will have acquired genital HPV infection... if the condom is there for contraception and to alleviate some of the spread of these viruses why aren't more women carrying them?

It's taken quite a bit of time to get to the point where women can take birth control without much social consequence. Now it's the condom's wait a little longer... if a woman carries a condom it places a stigma on her and conjures so many questions ... why does she need to carry condoms? Is she looking for sex? Is she easy? A woman's answers to these questions are her own, and no one else’s business unless she invites someone into her business. So while we all do our part to shift the stigma away from a woman taking care of herself, we can make carrying condoms a bit more discreet and a lot less embarrassing... There are so many products out there to alleviate this issue.  

You can carry them in a luxurious condom compact, called Just In Case... looks like a make up compact, but has a secret compartment for two condoms. You can even open the compact and use the mirror without giving away your secret stash!  

Hate the packaging of the condom itself? Check out ONE brand condoms; a new brand with a designer flair. At first glance you may not even know what it is with it's new round packaging and avant-garde graphics.  

We need to shift the paradigm for women carrying condoms.  The new reason to carry a condom is self respect. The new reaction to women carrying condoms must be positive. There is nothing sexier and more attractive than a woman who takes care of herself in every aspect of life. A woman who gives herself the gift of self-respect and self-love, will require that from her partner, and that woman's partner will return the gift by honoring her request for protection. It's a dance, when we're unsure, we step on each others toes. When we know the steps, and follow the music, it can be the most beautiful time in your life. Keep it beautiful, keep yourself protected.


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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Cheryl Phillips wrote Aug 31, 2008
    • Hey Rachael!
      Good to see you here and this is such a touchy yet important subject. My daughters are in their 20’s, one married but one dating and 22. I have NO problem talking about this stuff with my children and am thinking that your product would make that “talk” even easier. What girl wouldn’t want to carry one of these?? It’s a given that no matter how much we talk and advise, sex is going to happen. That last minute run to the store to get condoms is overshadowed by the immediate hormonal rage. What’s wrong with being prepared?

      LOVE this!

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      Talkytina wrote Sep 5, 2008
    • Love the cases.  Will send people to ur website.

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      Rachael Sudul wrote Sep 8, 2008
    • Thank you both!!!!

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