Who Can Use FCs?
Though called a “female” condom, this safer sex tool is not just for people who identify as female. People of all genders who engage in receptive sex – vaginal and anal – can use female condoms to protect themselves. Female condoms can also be called FCs, internal condoms or receptive partner condoms.
Why Female Condoms
When it comes to safer sex, women and men need a range of options to protect themselves. Female condoms help meet that need. Research shows that FCs contribute to higher rates of protected sex when they are promoted alongside male condoms. Female condoms provide protection against STIs, including HIV, as well as hormone-free birth control.Why Female Condoms?
Using Female Condoms
How do female condoms work and how do you use them? This tool is a good option for both men and women who want to take care of their health and enhance their pleasure. While several varieties of female condoms exist throughout the world, the only female condom currently available in the U.S. is the FC2. Learn more how to use the FC2 for vaginal and anal sex.Check out our FC2 How-To!