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Via Feministing:

Back in March, we mentioned that the FDA had recently approved a new female condom (FC) for distribution in the U.S.

Well folks, that new female condom has officially hit U.S. markets, and is now available for our all-American consumption. The FC2 is made of a new, thinner, material, is less likely to squeak during use, and is about 30% cheaper than the original FC.

Has anyone used these? Or want to try using them?

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I tried one, I dunno if I liked it, I'll try it again just to make sure and report back!
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