Save Biodiversity Condoms
Photo Credit: Center for Biological Diversity
The Center for Biological Diversity is sending America’s 10 most sex-happy cities a Valentine’s Day gift: 40,000 Endangered Species Condoms to help couples consider population growth’s threat to wildlife before giving in to the holiday’s romance.
Local volunteers in Austin, Texas and the other top-ranking cities identified by Men’s Health Magazine will give away the condoms during events at zoos, museums and breweries. Volunteers will work to remind couples that safe sex saves wildlife.
“Lots of couples will get lucky this Valentine’s Day, but wildlife and the environment will be far less fortunate in our increasingly crowded world,” said Leigh Moyer, the Center for Biological Diversity’s population organizer. “The habitat loss, resource depletion and climate change that come with rapid human population growth make it next to impossible for biodiversity to thrive. It’s important to bring population growth back into the environmental conversation. Endangered Species Condoms make starting that conversation easier and they also make great Valentines.”
The Valentine’s Day condom distributions will take place in Arlington, Texas; Austin, Texas; Bakersfield, California; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colorado; Durham, North Carolina; Houston, Texas; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Oklahoma City.
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