A group of anti-rape advocates is launching a new campaign aimed at promoting safer sex on the internet, including condoms.
The group, called Protecting Condoms, has launched a petition asking the FDA to “ensure that every adult has the right to choose to use a condom.”
The campaign is based on the slogan, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
The group is calling on supporters to sign the petition.
It is encouraging consumers to “use your personal condom wisely, and to be the first to know when they’re not working.”
According to the petition, the condom industry is “a global business with a $5.6 billion global market and has over $1 trillion in annual revenue.”
The petition is asking the agency to mandate the use of condoms in all products that contain a “rubber coating,” “rubbing” or “sliding” coating.
“Condoms are a common lubricant used by women to help prevent infections in the vagina, cervix and anus, but these products are not safe for use during intercourse,” the petition reads.
The anti-sexual violence organization has not yet released the names of the products in question. “
Protecting Condom is a coalition of people who care about ending sexual violence and are committed to ending the stigma that still surrounds these acts.”
The anti-sexual violence organization has not yet released the names of the products in question.
According to a statement from Protecting the Condoms website, the group is “working to spread awareness about the condom and sexual health by creating the #SaveTheCondoms hashtag on Twitter and Facebook, and creating a petition to make the FDA adopt the #ProtectTheCondom petition.”
A spokesman for the company said condoms are being sold in all kinds of products, including toiletries, clothing, cosmetics, baby products, household products, cosmetics and even baby wipes.
“In fact, some of the world’s leading condom brands are also included on our campaign,” the spokesman said.
“The goal is to provide consumers with the information they need to make informed decisions about their choice of condoms, and the company has partnered with leading condom manufacturers to ensure the safety of condoms.”
The condom makers who have been on the receiving end of the campaign include Vaseline, Vaseline’s parent company, which is a division of the Vaseline Corporation, a global medical device and pharmaceutical company.
The condoms are made by Lula Condoms in San Francisco.
According a statement by the company, Lula is committed to helping women and children in the developing world access lifesaving contraceptives, such as condoms and IUDs, through its global network of condom manufacturers and distributors.
“These are the products that are meant to last, and we have a clear commitment to ensure they are safe to use, especially in the most vulnerable populations,” the statement reads.