This Daylight Saving Time, Check Your Condoms As Well As Your Clocks


The wonderful Natalie Dee, whose work you might recognize from our Saturday Night Social threads, has partnered with Planned Parenthood to bring you a very important, and potentially life-saving message:

While fire departments have used Daylight Saving Time as a means to remind citizens to check the batteries in their smoke detectors after they set their clocks back an hour, Planned Parenthood of Ohio, along with Natalie, would also like to remind you to check the expiration dates of your condoms after you set the clocks ahead in the spring and back in the fall, as “expired condoms are more likely to break during sexual activity.” It’s a simple but important routine worth remembering: spring ahead, fall back, and don’t bring expired condoms into the sack. (I’m sure you guys could come up with a better line—leave your suggestions in the comments.)

Planned Parenthood Affiliates Of Ohio]
Daylight Saving Check Your Condoms Guys [Natalie Dee]

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