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  1. Can the Female Condom Be Saved?

    Female condoms do everything male ones do — but in many ways, they’re better. They can be put in place hours before to avoid interrupting moments of passion, and they give women greater control over their sexual health. While they’ve taken off in developing countries, this particular contraceptive still scares squeamish Americans. The problem is that the products, which have a tendency to rustle, are utilitarian rather than sexy. Producers will need to prioritize the users’ pleasure if they want to win young American … um … hearts.

    The Atlantic

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