At the University of Chicago, Patty Fernandez runs an organization called Tea Time and Sex Chats. "What we do is talk about sexual health [and ] pleasure. We also have a branch that deals with sexual assault (the UChicago Clothesline Project) on college campuses," Fernandez explained in an email.
USA Today says female condoms are "making a comeback in U.S. cities." The evidence? Scant. But let's take a look at why no one goes crazy over this form of contraception.
According to this report, the government of Malawi has recently decided that the female condom - approved by the United States FDA in the late 1990s - is safe and effective enough for Malawian women to use. The government wanted to wait to make the propylactic available until there was a demand for the product, which…