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Suzanne M. Dalziel 02-22-2010 03:51 PM

Is Drew U Against Safe Sex?
herp a derp

Jacob W. O'Donnell 02-22-2010 05:01 PM

hey, ur dumb

Malcolm A. Coates 02-22-2010 05:17 PM

I wish they at least sold them at the bookstore

Hezekiah Michael Sudol 02-22-2010 05:30 PM

They do sell condoms at the McLendon store.

02-22-2010 05:40 PM

Definitely one of the more revealing topics started on the forum, but I applaud you anyway

and about that fetish shop...

Amy S. Wheeler 02-22-2010 06:54 PM

Health services is open on the weekends from 10am-2pm. As for McLendon C store...isn't it closed on Friday and Saturdays? So it wouldn't help to sell them anywhere late at night when the campus is essentially closed when everyone is drunk and horny.

As for non-latex....I'll agree with you on that.

And WMNJ has condoms...pretty sure there are DJS on Friday night until 10pm and there is a DJ on Saturday night from 8pm-9pm. So if you're in need of a condom, the DJs will willingly give you them. Apparently they work too.

02-22-2010 07:44 PM

The point of not selling condoms is so that they're available for anyone who is at a disadvantage for purchasing them, and to ensure that if you are sexually active, then it is your responsibility to take the initiative and be proactive towards taking advantage of free condoms whenever you have free time so that you are prepared when the time comes (no pun intended).

Health services doesn't have non-latex condoms? If you're concerned about other contraceptive options, I would go talk directly with health services, or counseling services and see if they'll take special requests.

Suzanne M. Dalziel 02-22-2010 09:02 PM

herpin' that derp

02-22-2010 09:49 PM

Is this post that's going to be seen by everyone who goes to Drew including professors really less embarrassing than walking into health services and grabbing some free condoms?

02-22-2010 10:25 PM


Originally Posted by Suzanne M. Dalziel
...However, it is very awkward to walk into Health Services, grab a handful, and walk out. I would much rather be able to purchase condoms in a box. That way, the mild embarrassment only has to happen once...

...I can't say I've had that problem before, but dealing with the "embarrassment" may just be something that's inevitable. I mean, once we graduate, we'll be buying rubbers from dozens of random Jills and Joes at local pharmacies. I see what you mean, but for now, I much rather prefer a quick swipe at the bin in Health Services than wait in line at CVS for some high-schooler to ring up my purchase and give me strange looks (true story, btw). Again, no disrespect, just the reality of the situation is something we're all going to have to face.

P.S.: I really don't care who reads this, 'cause by the time I'm 40 and (ideally) married with kids, I'm pretty sure everyone's first thought isn't going to be that the stork dropped them down my chimney. :rolleyes:

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