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Friday, October 17, 2008

Must-Have Fall Fashion Accessories: Proper Attire™ Condoms!


Tis the season for fashion shows and couture designs on the runways, so as you add to your fall wardrobe by shopping for the latest trends, Planned Parenthood wants to remind you that protecting yourself can be done fashionably as well.

Designed with the woman in mind, Planned Parenthood has created a line of condoms called Proper Attire™. Each condom in the Proper Attire™ line is packaged in a unique and fun design. Being safe has never been more stylish! The line includes Basic (regular); Color (colored); Dots (studded); XL (extra large), Sheer (ultra thin) and Taste (flavored).

Used consistently and correctly, condoms provide the best protection against sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy for sexually active individuals. However, for many women, buying a box of condoms (which, let's face it, are mostly geared towards men) can be intimidating. Planned Parenthood gets it. With Proper Attire™ condoms, you can be more confident and comfortable buying and using condoms. Most importantly, you'll be protecting yourself and your partner.

Take it from me, the word is out about these cute and creative condoms (Many of my friends have secretly begged me to get them some). Make sure YOU'RE "in-the-know" and carrying fashion-worthy protection in that designer purse of yours. Be safe, be responsible, and look fabulous.

You can find Proper Attire™ condoms available for purchase at many Planned Parenthood health centers, including those in the Chicago area.

Proceeds from the sale of Proper Attire™ condoms will benefit Planned Parenthood and its mission to provide affordable, high-quality, comprehensive reproductive health care and education to women and families. For more information, visit the website here.


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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Used consistently and correctly, condoms provide the best protection against sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy for sexually active individuals."

But this is not the best way. The best way would be to stop being sexually active outside of marriage.

Just thought I'd clarify that for you!

November 7, 2008 at 12:46 PM  
Blogger gillian said...

actually, being married doesn't magically make you unable to receive a sexually transmitted disease, nor does marriage prevent unplanned pregnancy

just thought i'd clarify that for you!

December 5, 2008 at 10:37 PM  

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