Try feminine. If you are surprised to see him, you’d be thrilled to use is the title of the new campaign to promote condoms for women who have submitted to the Ministry of Health, Social Policy and Equality and the General Council of Colleges of Pharmacy. The aim is to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV and unwanted pregnancies.
“The condom is a step towards autonomy and decision making specific to women about their sexual and reproductive health,” said Carmen Amela, Director General of Public Health and Foreign Health at the launch of the campaign to promote female condom.
The spread of the campaign will run through pharmacies, of which 43,000 have been distributed posters and 216,000 pamphlets. Pharmacists will have the basic information to introduce the condom in a positive way and promote acceptance among the female audience.
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