Sexual Education

Sexual Education through articles, facts and resources on safer sex issues. Sexual Health discussed in depth.

Through safe sex education and the promotion of sexually responsible behavior (along with the correct use of condoms) as a society, we can help reduce the spread of HIV / AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. STD prevention is one of THE top priorities at RipnRoll.com

Customers are constantly asking us questions like, "What condoms are the best to buy? What condoms protect against STD's? Are all condoms effective against pregnancy? Why do condoms break?" and on and on.

We strive to take the awkwardness out of sexual health discussions by turning sex education into a fun learning experience. There should be no stigmas when dealing literally with life and death decisions. The more educated, comfortable and open the world is about safe sex education, std prevention and condom use -- the healthier our society will be. The end definitely justifies the means.

Condom Laws - Selling condoms to minors and more...

Condom Laws - Selling condoms to minors and more...

by Dr. Jill McDevitt July 22, 2016

In every state, there are outlandish laws on the books. For example, it’s illegal to wear boots to bed in Oklahoma, and in Alaska, bringing your pet flamingo into the barber shop is expressly prohibited. And since so many American laws govern sexual behavior, many of these ridiculous laws relate to sexuality, specifically condoms. Here are a few. Condoms as Evidence of Prostitution In some places in the United States, having a condom in your pocket or purse can have you arrested. Ask the woman who in 2013 was traveling from Canada to Aruba, with a layover in Florida, and...

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The Best and Worst Condom Ads - We Rate The Top 4

by Dr. Jill McDevitt June 24, 2016

Condoms occupy a unique space between consumer good and public health measure, and as a consequence, ads for condoms can be dichotomously capitalistic and PSA. Here are my votes for the best and worst condom adverts. Best Condom Ads:  Graffiti, by AIDES   AIDES, the premier organization in France concerning HIV/AIDS awareness, prevention, discrimination, and stigma, put out this hilarious video ad in 2010. The notorious public bathroom dick drawing comes to life, moving stall to stall trying to have sex with all the pussy graffiti, who all run and hide in fright at the sight of him. After falling...

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Sex Survey 2016 | From RipNRoll

by RipNRoll Condoms June 09, 2016

Find out how women and men feel about their sex lives in 2016 in this sex survey exclusively from RipNRoll.com.     

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The Girl Who Died of AIDS - The Story of April

by Bill Haney May 29, 2016

Do condoms prevent HIV AIDS? With so many sexually transmitted diseases, condoms are a necessity if you are in the dating scene. Is the cost of a condom too much to pay for peace of mind. Is fifty cents to much to pay for a condom? Ask the HIV positive man who spends $50,000 a year just to stay alive. Ask him if he would buy a condom if he could do it all over again and he will tell you Condoms do help prevent HIV AIDS! I have asked them, I have seen their tears, I know what they...

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Teenage Pregnancy - Babies having Babies

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

Rip n Roll takes a hard look at teenage pregnancy, what's behind the recent drop in US teenage pregnancy birth rates? Order pregnancy tests here The report, from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that teen birth rates fell at least 15% in all states with the exception of West Virginia and North Dakota during the years 2007 to 2011. Rates in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada and Utah fell by 30% or more.By: Alexandra Sifferlin @acsifferlin May 24 2013Teenage pregnancy birth rates in the U.S., which have been declining for two decades, have reached a record...

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Condom Facts and Statistics

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

Important condom facts and statistics provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and The World Health Organization. Facts: Did you know that oil immediately creates holes in latex? Vaseline, lotions and even whip cream contain oil and will weaken or break your condom. Make sure you use latex compatible lubricants, or if you must use oils be sure to wear a polyurethane condom. Polyurethane is safe to use with oil and water based lubricants......Be safe. Fact: Mineral oil is a common ingredient in many lotions. According to the Center for Disease Control, within as little as 60 seconds...

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What is HIV AIDS?

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

A brief explanation of HIV / AIDS, what it is and how it is spread and transmitted. "Unless young men reduce the number of partners they have, and protect themselves and their partners by using condoms more consistently, we will face another wave of suffering and death from H.I.V. and AIDS."--Dr. Thomas R. Frieden, New York City Health Commissioner, on the recent surge of HIV infections in men under 30. While it's almost certain that you've heard quite a bit about Aids in the past several years, it's still possible that you don't have a full understanding of the term...

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Spermicidal Condoms - We say NO

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

Rip n Roll does not sell ANY condoms or lubricants with Nonoxynol-9 spermicide The below letter from the CDC states that the spermicidal condoms with nonoxynol-9 should not be recommended as a preventive measure against HIV. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES Public Health Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Atlanta, Ga 30333 August 4 2000 Dear Colleague: At the International AIDS Conference held in Durban, South Africa, from July 9.14, 2000, researchers with the Joint United Nations Program on AIDS (UNAIDS) presented results of an important study about HIV prevention in woman. They studied a product widely...

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What is HPV Human Papillomavirus

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

What is Genital HPV infection? Genital human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI). The virus infects the skin and mucous membranes. There are more than 40 HPV types that can infect the genital areas of men and women, including the skin of the penis, vulva (area outside the vagina), and anus, and the linings of the vagina, cervix, and rectum. You cannot see HPV. Most people who become infected with HPV do not even know they have it. What are the symptoms and potential health consequence of HPV? Most people with HPV do not develop symptoms...

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Bill Gates Condoms... beef-tendon condoms?

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

Bill Gates says New condoms made from beef tendon may be the next big thing... Bill Gates is paying big for better contraception. Here’s what scientists came up with. This story first appeared on the New Republic Perhaps the best thing that can be said about condoms is that they work. Once negotiated out of their crinkly wrappers, they reliably protect against pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV. They are simple to make, cheap to buy, and easy to obtain, whether you’re in Norway or rural Niger. Using a condom doesn’t require a prescription or a healthcare provider, and...

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HIV and Oral Sex, what you should know

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

Oral sex is still a risk, preventing the sexual transmission of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS and what you should know about oral sex. CDC / HIV AIDS UPDATE From The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Oral Sex Is Not Considered Safe Sex Like all sexual activity, oral sex carries some risk, particularly when one partner or the other is known to be infected with HIV, when either partner’s HIV status is not known, and/or when one or the other partner is not monogamous or injects drugs. Numerous studies have demonstrated that oral sex can result in the...

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Condom Sense

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

What if your partner says no? Talking to your partner about condom sense. Apart from abstinence, using condoms is the best way to reduce the possibility of transmission of a sexually transmitted disease including HIV infection. It's sometimes difficult to think on the spot about how you can respond to resistant, defensive, or manipulative comments made by a partner to try to get you not to use condoms sense. So here are some ideas you can think about beforehand: If your partner says: You can say: I'm on the pill, we don't need a condom. I'd like to use it...

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Condom Use...talk about it!

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2016

Talking with teens about condom use has proven effectiveness studies prove it. Patterns of Condom use Among Adolescents: The Impact of Mother-Adolescent Communication From the American Journal of Public Health CDC Releases Compelling Evidence that Effective Parent-Child Communication Can Help Teens Make Life-Saving Decisions Frank discussions between mothers and their adolescents about condom use can lead teens to adopt behaviors that will prevent them from becoming infected with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health. The findings are from interviews conducted with 372 sexually active adolescents (14- to 17-year-olds)...

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7 reasons married couples might use condoms

by Dr. Jill McDevitt May 18, 2016

  My husband and I have been together for eight years, and we had sex without a condom for the first time last month. Yes, that’s right. Before one month ago, our genitals had never actually touched each other without a condom between them. Never. Not once. Not even the tip. Not for a second. “But, WHY!?!” people will ask as confused and curious and somewhat concerned as you may be right now. As a sexuality educator, I blog about my sex life and how it relates to larger sociocultural sexuality topics, so it has been no secret to my...

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Myths about condoms

by Dr. Jill McDevitt May 09, 2016

  A sexuality educator’s job is to help students learn about sexuality. As a sexuality educator of adult learners, my job is to help students un-learn. In particular, I help people unlearn all the myths they were taught about sex, including myths about condoms. Here are 4 condom myths I’ve had to set straight with my adult students: “Condoms fail, and you can still get an STI while using a condom, so what’s the point?” Seatbelts fail too, and someone wearing a seatbelt can still die in a car crash, but can we agree that your odds of surviving a...

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Female Condoms - How to use them?

by RipNRoll Condoms January 01, 2016

Buy Female condoms here Female condoms give a woman more control when she needs it. Reality, the first condom designed to be worn by women. Made of soft polyurethane, the female condom actually offers more protection against pregnancy and disease because it covers more area. Women, now you can rest assured you will always be protected with FC.   Open the Female condom package carefully; tear at the notch on the top right of the package. Do not use scissors or a knife to open. The outer ring covers the area around the opening of the vagina. The inner ring...

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The New Condom Revolution

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2015

"New Condoms start a revolution in the condom industry sparking rumors of enhanced pleasure" Remember for a moment the last time you were with that perfect someone. The mood was right, the music was perfect, the atmosphere was picturesque. Everything was in a groove, you could almost touch the libido and testosterone in the air. Then it happened, the moment of pure fear! Damn!............. time for the condom! Well, let me tell you, those moments of terror are over. 'Tis the day of "The New Condom Revolution" where the world is a better place, where safety and pleasure live as...

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Condom Jokes and Cartoons

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2013

  Pharmacy Follies Club Funk Condom Dispenser is possessed Christmas Time Strength of Latex

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Government report on condoms stresses abstinence - we do not agree

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2010

Abstinence is great but it does not always work and when the morals break down there is only one thing left, condoms! By Steve Sternberg, USA TODAY A draft government report on the effectiveness of condoms says there's "insufficient" evidence to say that they guard against sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs, other than HIV and gonorrhea in men. Critics fear that Bush administration will use the report, obtained Thursday by USA TODAY, to bolster its support for federally funded "abstinence only" sexual education programs, which restrict schools from teaching children about other methods of protection. Last month, Secretary of Health...

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Ex-surgeon general states - Condoms, not promises, help teens

by RipNRoll Condoms May 29, 2010

AUSTIN — Former U.S. Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders on Monday said condoms are more likely to protect teens against sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy than vows of abstinence. "Many of our children don't use condoms because we don't teach them about condoms," she said. "Our government tells them that condoms will break. I always say, the vows of abstinence break far more easily than latex condoms." The 74-year-old pediatrician said the best place for children to get information about sexual health is from their parents. She spoke outside a bus sponsored by condom manufacturer Trojan. The bus was at an...

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