Planned Parenthood condom campaign aims to spread word of safe sex
In a new, "plugged-in" attempt to promote safe sex, a Seattle-area Planned Parenthood chapter is encouraging people to share their tryst's in a whole new way.
CNET reports that the chapter of Planned Parenthood is tagging condoms with a QR code, which directs people to "check-in" after using them, which then allows users to place them on an online map of safe sex.
Planned Parenthood is hoping that the anonymous campaign, headlined by the website wheredidyouwearit.com, will help promote the use of condoms and discover more educational material about safe sex.
On the site, users are prompted to answer questions about, among other things, where they had sex and why they decided to use a condom.
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