National Condom Day is an annual state-wide campaign. Taking place on Valentine’s Day, National Condom Day is an ideal opportunity to promote healthy sexual relationships.
National Condom Day theme
Consent, which means agreeing to do something, or for something to happen.
National Condom Day tagline
‘Ask first: communicate and negotiate’. Asking for consent, communicating with your sexual partner/s about their needs, and negotiating safe sex, shows that you respect their body, their boundaries and their decisions.
National Condom Day hashtag
This years hashtag is #CondomDay2019
National Condom Day key messages
- All partners of legal age must enthusiastically agree to take part in sexual activities without fear, coercion or intimidation.
- All partners have the right to use condoms and other contraception to protect themselves from sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and unplanned pregnancies.
- All partners have the freedom to choose when and what sexual activities to take part in, and the freedom to change their mind at any time.
- National Condom Day: 14th February
- WA Sexual Health Week: 13th – 20th February
National Condom Day 2019 Campaign web page – Get involved in the 2019 campaign. Webpage includes a resource order form, downloadable banners, bunting and posters, as well as event and activity ideas and useful links.
SHQ Facebook page – Keep an eye out for National Condom Day updates
SHQ Instagram account – Keep an eye out for National Condom Day updates
SHQ Twitter account (@SHealthQuarters) – Keep an eye out for National Condom Day updates
WA Sexual Health Week – Get involved in the 2019 campaign with a focus on Safety, Pleasure and Respect
- The secret to great sex: communication and negotiation #CondomDay2019
- Want to know what your partner wants?? Just ask! COMMUNICATE and NEGOTIATE! #CondomDay2019
- When you’re feeling safe you can focus on pleasure. Use condoms #CondomDay2019
- The first known image of people using a condom was found in a French cave drawing in 11,000 B.C. #CondomDay2019
- Did you know? Research shows young people are more likely to use condoms if they are available #CondomDay2019
- Look after yourself and your partner/s by using condoms #CondomDay2019
- STIs can be passed on through unprotected sex, so always use condoms #CondomDay2019
- Most people with an STI don’t have any symptoms: the only way to know for sure is to get tested #CondomDay2019
- Got a penis? Condoms are the only contraception available for you. If you don’t want kids, rubber up! #CondomDay2019
- If you’re getting intimate with a partner, make sure you’re both having a good time! Communicate and negotiate #CondomDay2019
- Plan ahead: Have condoms ready and talk about safe sex #CondomDay2019
- This National Condom Day (and every day) have the freedom to choose when and what sexual activities to take part in, and the freedom to change your mind at any time #CondomDay2019
- This National Condom Day (and every day), it is your right to use condoms and other contraception to protect yourself from STIs and pregnancy #CondomDay2019
- This National Condom Day (and every day) you have the right to take part in sexual activities without fear, coercion or intimidation #CondomDay2019
- Using lube during sex is a great way to increase pleasure #CondomDay2019