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Condoms Redesigned To Promote Consent

Condoms Redesigned To Promote Consent

Anna Weddle wants to bring the discussion of sexual health about how all parties need to understand the meaning of consent to have safe sex

Partners who want safe sex usually reach for a condom, but Ball State University student Anna Weddle knows having safe sex also includes understanding complete consent from all parties involved.

To promote this ideal she created a condom called The Wait with the slogan “yes means yes” plastered all over it. On the inside of the packaging, the person opening it reads several more statements detailing what it means when someone says no. This varies from the party saying they have a headache or they don’t feel up to it. If this happens, then sex shouldn’t happen, as this is not a viable yes or an invitation to keep asking. Weddle’s Wait campaign wants to focus a discussion on teaching sexual health about not only protection from STIs, but about how clear consent needs to happen.

With the current sexual harassment revelations surrounding several Hollywood actors, Weddle’s campaign arrived at a perfect time during a national discussion.

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