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What you should know about International Condom Day (Video)



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International Condom Day was created by AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and is celebrated each year on February 13th (the day before Valentine’s Day).

It came about as an innovative and lighthearted way to remind people that wearing a condom can prevent pregnancy and STDs, including HIV.

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation hopes this show sparks healthier sexual choices for all.

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“Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, and the necessary stay at home orders put in place, AHF knew increases in STDs were inevitable. To reinforce the message to protect yourself, AHF is once again making safer sex not only educational, but sexy as we observe International Condom Day this year. Our own brands of Love and Icon condoms send clear messages. Love is the best protection!” said AHF President Michael Weinstein.

Keeping with traditions and themes, AHF has created and produced an array of parody music videos to celebrate the ICD holiday.

Previous music selections include infamous and Grammy award winning songs from artists such as Cardi B, Ed Sheeran, and more.


This year, AHF will be debuting a new parody that is directly aligned with the virtual show’s musical catalogue, which stems from the various Broadway productions of renowned award winning director/dancer/ choreographer, Robert “Bob” Fosse.

In addition, making a debut appearance in an AHF production, RuPaul’s Drag Race season 7 winner, Violet Chachki, will be showcasing her various talents, which have made her the infamous All-Star she is widely known as today. Chachki will also be making a brief cameo in the virtual show.

So before you tap it this Valentine’s day, make sure you wrap it with a condom.

This Year’s International Condom Day theme being ‘Safer is Fun’, African king of condoms Stanley Ngara urges everyone to include a condom in their Valentine’s budget. “As you plan for your Valentine gift and flowers, please don’t forget about a condom.” He said.

Stanley Ngara was crowned the ‘King of Condom’ a decade ago after a play performance at Kenyatta University.


Happy International Condom day!


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