If September 16 came and went without looking at your calendar, you might be kicking yourself to learn that you missed celebrating the Global Female Condom Day. Fret not, you can pop in the diary for next year and order the cake ahead of time.
In 2023, options for contraception are vast and inclusive meaning that wider groups of people now have access to safe ways of protecting themselves during sexual intercourse. For many, the idea of a female condom or an internal condom is still a foreign one which is exactly why much more work has to be done on educating people.
What is an internal condom?
While the name may sound pretty self-explanatory, it's always best to give people all the information when it comes to painting the whole picture so to speak. The internal condom is the counterpart to the male condom and acts as a barrier method for safe sex.