Sex & the Olympics: Condomania explores the importance of the condom and uncovers its controversial journey en route to becoming an Olympic tradition. It looks at just how many condoms are distributed and reveals which Games suffered a critical shortage in rubber contraceptives. It examines opposition to the provision of condoms at the Olympics and delves into the vital role each condom plays in the fight against the spread of sexually transmitted infections in the Olympic village, particularly the potentially lethal HIV/AIDS virus. This lovingly illustrated book profiles the critical role of the condom at the Olympics, for without it, the Games and the athletes simply could not perform.
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