The world is starting to embrace the condom revolution, and it’s not just because of the global health threat posed by HIV/AIDS.
According to the CDC, condom use is also a good way to combat STDs, particularly among teenagers.
This is despite the fact that the vast majority of teenagers use condoms and use them at least 10 times a year.
In fact, the CDC estimates that between 7.5 million and 8.2 million young people between the ages of 14 and 19 have sex every year.
As the CDC notes, teens are the most likely to use a condom when they are young, and most people use them every year, but teens are also the ones who are most likely (97 percent) to use them only sporadically.
This is particularly true when it comes to oral sex.
When teens use condoms, oral sex can be a little more secure.
In fact, researchers have found that teen oral sex is significantly safer than teenage vaginal sex.
But condoms aren’t the only way to protect against STDs.
The CDC also has a new tool called the condom drop, which offers a way to minimize your risk for STDs by dropping a condom.
It’s an easy way to start the conversation about how to get started, and the results are very encouraging.
In addition to the condom drops, the organization also launched a website, condomdrop.org, which will help people decide if they want to use condoms or not.
According the site, if you are using condoms or do not, the drop site will give you a heads up so you can make the best choice possible.
For some, the condom dropped could be the difference between having an STD or not getting it.
For some, condoms are an essential tool in their fight against STDS.
But for others, condom drops can be the catalyst for a healthier sexual experience, and a healthy relationship with sex.