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Uploaded on Mar 12, 2009
With the FDA approval of the new female condom (FC2) in the United States, there has been a lot of press about the advantages and challenges of female condoms. The biggest complaints that remain since the original female condom (FC) went on the market in 1993 are: FCs are too expensive and women don't really want to use them.
This video gives the perspectives of Kate Bourne and Jen Wilen, staff members of the International Women's Health Coalition, on what the real world demand for female condoms is like and what the challenges to distribution are.