To promote and normalize the use of condoms, the Family Planning Organization distributes condoms condensed by QR and encourages people to tell the world when they use it.
In an attempt to be a big part of public health marketing, or a sign that the synergistic phenomena of social networks and the tendency of Americans to participate in excess have reached satisfactory levels, Planned Parenthood in the Great Northwest (PPGNW) has given QR condoms that allow For users to scan at the site where they have safe sex, then upload the details about the mentioned gender to a new website, as well as to Facebook and Twitter.
The declared objective of the campaign “Where did you recover?” The organization is demonstrating that “sex happens … And most importantly, safe sex happens!” PPGNW explains on its website. And to prove that the group launched the website wheredidyouwearit.com, a new website that describes it as “Foursquare for people who do not want to have a sexually transmitted infection.”
The idea is that once you have done the act, surely, of course, you will register by scanning the QR code of your condom device to inform the world. Those who do not have private condoms can enter this business by entering wheredidyouwearit.com and entering the details of their adventures manually.
The site asks about the location of safe sex professionals, where they have sex (for example, bedroom, kitchen, wonderful outdoor areas), social situation, why use condoms? And how was the quality of sex (ranging from “Stun – rainbow arcs and ripped mountains” to “things can only get better from here”). Your name or address is not requested and information is not collected. The search was made from the 50 states and from distant countries such as Romania, Egypt and China, and an adventurous couple apparently registered from the Black Sea.
Obviously, PPGNW is trying to have fun while sending a serious message (“fucked up and your account to help normalize the use of condoms”, he says), some have wondered if the campaign has already reached the use of social networks to boast of Anonymous About Sexual Exploitation. However, given the known efficacy of condoms in contraception and sexually transmitted diseases, when used correctly, it is difficult to argue any attempt to increase their use.