How Green Is Your Contraceptive?

July 10, 2018 by  
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Why You Should Let Your Grass Go Gold

July 10, 2018 by  
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The new male birth control pill could be up to 99% effective!

December 16, 2014 by  
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Men! The responsibility for whether you have children or not could soon be completely upon you. According to scientists from Airlangga University in Indonesia , a male contraceptive pill derived from the plant Justicia gendarussa  is ’99% effective,’  meaning that the responsibility of birth control may soon no longer lie solely with women…not that it should. However, remember guys, Inhabitat believes in safe sex, so please still use protection ! Read the rest of The new male birth control pill could be up to 99% effective! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: birth control , contraception , contraceptive pill , justicia gendarussa , male birth control , male birth control pill , male contraceptive pill

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How can I reuse or recycle diaphragms?

March 12, 2010 by  
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Cor, it’s been a busy week here on Recycle This – giveaways for washable pads, a Mooncup, Jam Sponges and Fairtrade condoms! It’s nearly time to bring our women’s & sexual health week to a close though but I had one more “how can I recycle this?” query before we finish: how can I reuse or recycle diaphragms? Latex rubber diaphragms degrade over time so should be replaced every couple of years.

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Fairtrade (and vegan) condoms giveaway!

March 11, 2010 by  
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For our final giveaway of the week , we’re moving on from sanitary products to condoms – sustainable, fairtrade condoms from French Letter . Earlier today we started discussing which contraceptive methods are best for the environment but in certain situations, condoms are the only option – they’re the only contraception that protects against STIs. French Letter condoms are made from latex sourced through FairDeal Trading, paying a Fairtrade premium for latex rubber: we often think about Fairtrade food items but not so much other things

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What’s the greenest contraception method?

March 11, 2010 by  
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In honour of International Women’s Day at the start of the week, we’ve had a week of women’s & sexual health themed posts and giveaways. Up until now, they’ve been more focused on the wonderful range of green sanitary options available but I wanted to shift things on a bit today.

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