Dawn Eden posts on the variety of goods disguised to appear as food or fashion accessories to promote Planned Parenthood. I have covered some of these items in a post about two years ago where I also described a suggestion for a talking pro-choice doll called Cliché Cindy, for "Children’s Dr. Josef Mengele Lab Kit" and the "Visible Aborted Child Anatomy Kit."
She links to this story.
Australian women are to trial the world’s first spray-on contraceptive before Christmas.
As easy as putting on perfume, the fast-drying spray would be applied to the inner side of a woman’s forearm once a day, ending the need for pills, implants or injections, say researchers.
And suggests some french perfume names for the new product.
- Eau de Baron
- L’emté Woeum
- Feuille Tu Conceive
- Sans Fruites
- Madame Noövary
- Sterile Été
My own suggetions might be a line of contraceptive perfumes by Unchristian Dior.
- Forn eau Cate
- Fetus Adieu
- Conscience Carte Blanche
- Enfant Terrible
- Faux Amour
- All About Moi
- Bon Voyage Le Bébé
- Amour der
They also have available Condom Lollipops which on the back of the package has a link to www.teenwire.com.
So obviously they are not marketing this as a novelty item for adults, but as a way to drive up new business. After all the market share of children is slowly decreasing and thus the pool of future adults so they must saturate the market to maintain their current profits. I wonder what products might be next? Tie Me Up Elmo? Penis shaped pacifiers? A little black bag with scissors so children can play abortion doctor?
The flavored condoms are available in Raspberry, Honey Dew, and Strawberry. What no mint? Haven’t they ever heard of a condom mint?