February is recognized as National Condom Month in the United States. Originally started on a university campus, it has grown into an educational event that benefits high schools, colleges, AIDS groups, sexually transmitted disease awareness groups and family planning centers.
National Condom Week, Feb 14th-21st
National Condom Week, observed Feb 14th-21st, has become a valuable tool to help educate adults of all ages about the serious risks involved with unprotected sex. The risk of catching and spreading sexually transmitted diseases including AIDS during unprotected sex can be seriously reduced by the proper use of condoms.
National Condom Day, Feb. 14th
National Condom Day takes place on Valentine’s Day, February 14th and it’s a great opportunity to promote healthy relationships, and remind people about the risks of sexually transmissible infections (STIs) without the proper use of a condom. The #CondomDay2017 hashtag is part of a campaign to get more people comfortable with buying, carrying, discussing and making it a standard practice to use condoms during sexual activity.