Female condoms, dental dams and miniature condoms used for foreplay involving fingers were also available. Some booths discussed communication between partners, while Money Smarts, a program by the Office of Financial Literacy, had a booth discussing the intersection of finance and relationships. The Board of Trustees voted to raise prices, but students deserve a say. Students left with gift bags containing condoms varying in flavor from none to banana, in size from small to large and in colors from clear to glow-in-the-dark. Some students walking on the main level of the Indiana Memorial Union on Tuesday afternoon probably thought they saw a person dressed up as female genitalia, and they were not mistaken. Why didn't students have a say? Students were reminded to check the condom they were given for an expiration date, an important step made difficult by the vision-impairing goggles. Many booths offered free sexual health and safety products like condoms.
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