UPenn Allows Students To Practice Safe Sex Easier By Putting Condoms In Dorm Vending Machines

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It’s a Friday night and you’re taking some fine piece of ass back to your dorm. You’ve got the hankering for some chips, and she’s got the craving for some man meat. Knowing that you have a vending machine, you make a quick stop for your chips before hurrying to your room. Unfortunately, you find that you’re fresh out of condoms and the nearest place you can get them is too far for your troubles.

If you’re a student at the University of Pennsylvania, you’ll no longer have to run into this issue of not having condoms at your vending machine fingertips.

From The College Fix:

Vending machines in dorms across the University of Pennsylvania recently received a new item to sell: condoms.

They cost $1 per pack of two, and are offered in plain, white packaging.


Students were able to get their condoms from other sources on campus, with some being free. Apparently, the high-ups at UPenn thought putting them in vending machines will make it easier to do the dirty safely without one’s privacy being compromised.

Campus leaders stated selling condoms in dorm vending machines will make it easier for students to have safer sex, and that students’ privacy was allegedly in jeopardy by having to obtain them from other sources on campus.

Personally, I’m not wasting a dollar (or any money for that matter) on a two-pack of dick sleeves. I like to play the game fast and loose. Not necessarily saying that I trust my pull out game, because I don’t, but I do trust my ability to buy plan B the next day.

[via The College Fix]


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