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Stephanie_1
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I wasn't sure how many people are aware - so I thought I'd share this information. This week (February 10-16) is National Condom Week.

This week is nationally recognized by many Colleges / Universities, High Schools, and the American Social Health Association. Posters and pamphlets can be printed with the correct citation from different websites and the like to educate everyone about safer sex practices.

I'd never heard of this so when I saw a poster in a college hall I looked into it. Just thought this was pretty cool and wanted to see what everyone else knew and thought.

[ 02-11-2008, 12:21 PM: Message edited by: Stephanie_1 ]

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