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good. safe. sex. riiThe Pleasure Project is  featured in an Indian national paper – the Indian Express today – in a piece about art and social activism to promote safer sex. We are proud to be featured alongside  a Delhi art show that depicts the joy of female orgasms  and new sexy condom campaigns in India.

In the article the three worlds of advertising, art and public health are seen as coming together to “loosen corset strings” of straight laced Indian morality to bring “discussions of safe sex, pleasure and adventure into the foreground”.

Our sexy posters and postcards are a highlight. In the words of the writer Georgina Maddox.

“The message is unmissable: safe, yet pleasurable sex”

The Sex Talk Dilemma

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I think we’ve all seen the condom ads circulating around YouTube these days… unfortunately, due to the obscenity laws in many places, these are very rarely sexy. That said, some of them are absolutely hilarious. 15 and Counting has collected their top picks for your viewing pleasure. I’ll repost one here that I do find sexy… um, no, not because of the mother, but because of the :)~>-8-(: . (Yeah, I had to look that one up…)

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GACCIn the world of promoting safer sex, it’s true that university students get a lot of attention. But usually this attention is focused on their risky behavior, crazy parties, and multiple partners. This year, the Great American Condom Campaign decided to take safer sex to the grassroots level.

Instead of simply recruiting peer educators, this campaign actually sends supplies – 500 condoms – to students who volunteer to be “SafeSites”; places where other students can go for condoms and information. They also have a website that is also encouraging students to take action, for instance against retailers who will only sell condoms from behind the counter.

What caught my eye this time though was the story of a Texas State University senior who distributed the condoms she received through a “Safer Sex is Sexy” campaign. Though there aren’t many details on the website yet, she promises to post more photos and information. There is a video of her describing the success of her campaign:

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