On International Condom Day, Indian men answer why they hate using protection while having sexual intercourse.
Nearly 95 per cent Indian men don’t use condom. It’s not that they don’t know its importance. This selfish and uncaring attitude shifts the burden of family planning almost exclusively on women.
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It’s then no rocket science why India’s population is not just exploding like a bomb but like an active volcano in the Pacific ‘Ring of Fire’. Last month, the United Nations in a report projected that by 2027, India will surpass China to become the world’s most populous country.
The latest reports on the state of health in India — National Health Profile 2018 and the National Family Health Survey (2015-16) — show that nearly 95 per cent married couples (in the age group 15-49 years, when fertility is at its peak) do not use condoms.
The prevalence of condom use is lowest in Andhra Pradesh where only 0.2 per cent men use condoms as a family-planning measure. This is followed by states like Telangana (0.5 per cent), Tamil Nadu (0.8 per cent), Bihar (1 per cent) and Karnataka (1.3 per cent).
What’s happening India? 95% of Indians don’t use condoms! We’d love to know why?
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Here are some answer
1. Many of us feel shy while buying condoms at medical store
2. ‘feeling’ is a big problem… and it’s not just a guy thing plenty of women #hatecondoms too
3. Because your condom ads are so awkward to watch when they should be educational. Condom
companies really need to rethink their ads. It is themselves they are hurting.
4. Becuz of Lack Of Sex Education and Also talking abt Sex Is considered Taboo in public …
5. Indians are way conscious with condoms and helmets. They love to ride freely
It’s World Population Day and we have a problem. India’s burgeoning population is a known problem but here we are talking about something which is less known but is as big a problem-Indian men don’t like condoms.
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To be precise 94.4 per cent of them don’t.
No, don’t get us wrong. We aren’t saying Indian men are dumb and don’t understand that condoms are important for them, their family and most importantly the country.
Of course, Indian men do understand the significance of condoms. The National Family Health Survey (NFHS)-4 showed that 97.9 per cent men who are sexually active know the importance of condoms, while overall 94 per cent men in India are aware of condom use.