Female condoms actually sort of rock

The new blog Akimbo of the International Women’s Health Coalition has a great post and video up about how despite female condom’s bad rep, they’re getting great feedback from the countries that IWHC works in.
(This is not to mention the FDA’s recent announcement of the approval of the new female condom, FC2, which is a thinner material and hella cheaper.)
Check it.

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