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Updated on Monday, April 6

#20810

OMG: So, you can get condoms from vending machines on campus. Really guys?

14 comments

  1. Or you can get them for free from the Women's Centre, Glow, Health Services or the Turnkey Desk.

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  2. What's wrong with that, OP, aside from the fact that you can get them for free from Glow, the Women's Centre, Health Services etc.?

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  3. OP chill the fuck out omg

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  4. That's actually a good idea OP!

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  5. This falls solidly into the category of "why the fuck not?"

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  6. must be a Catholic

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  7. Don't most of the rez lounges have them in their vending machines?

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  8. Haha same reaction when I saw it

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  9. Really guys? Practicing safe sex? Unheard of!

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  10. I got condoms from one of the vending machines once because I was curious, they were expired and when opened they smelled really weird. They also broke easily.

    We should get rid of these vending machines and provide dons with condoms, as well as having condoms available outside Glow during their off hours. Turnkey actually maintaining a stock of condoms again would be nice too.

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    1. We should also make sure the tampon vending machines are actually stocked. Some horrible things have happened as a result of them not being stopped. I feel sorry for that panicked mother whose daughter was on her first period that one time, and was scrambling to find something.

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    2. 10, dons used to be provided with condoms, which they would leave in a bowl outside their room for anyone to take. It was great, but then some jerks somewhere (I don't know if it was even at Waterloo) were caught poking holes in the packages with a sewing needle (thus rendering the condoms dangerously useless), so the practice was halted.

      The vending machine ones are handy; but somebody needs to be responsible for keeping track of the expiry dates.

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  11. Yeah, what's your point OP? This isn't exactly new, it's been the case for years now.

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  12. it's for all the "sex" waterloo students are having... wink wink

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