Over a period of eight hours, 4,367 people received HIV/AIDs testing and counseling in Ethiopia this past November, making this the largest instance of HIV testing to happen in history.
It’s Christmas Eve, and the safer sexperts here at Condom Depot have been making a list of what we want in the coming year. Want to check it out before Santa gets the final draft? Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, we hope these things come to fruition sometime this year so everyone we know […]
We are so grateful for our readers as November ends. You guys supplied us with some really wonderful and thought-provoking questions about bacteria, sex toy recycling, prostate massagers, and whole bunch of other stuff this month. So, thank to you and without further ado, please read on for November 2014’s Reader Questions.
Syphilis is a difficult disease to diagnose because it often imitates other diseases and infections.
With all the trouble with the Gardasil vaccination (including it not working so well for black women and it not being allotted to those over the age of 26), we’ve been hearing a lot about HPV in the news lately. But just what is this STD and what will happen if you, like over half […]
Chlamydia is one of the most prevalent sexually transmitted diseases in people under the age of 25. But it’s also one of those ones that you don’t really hear about a lot of people having.
That’s right, worrywarts and hypochondriacs. There’s an app for that weird bump or rash you got after unprotected sex.
Dr. Harsch Vardhan, India’s appointed Minister of Health and Family Affairs, has caused a media blitz with his recent comments about culture vs. condoms in modern day India.
We’ve previously written on how to ask your partner to wear a condom and sure, that article might have come across as a little, well, assertive. But February is National Condom Month and we all know how important it is to stay safe.