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1974 ad for EMKO PRE-FIL foam contraceptive.
Posted at 07:00 AM in Advertising from the 1970s, Vintage Ads, Vintage Advertising to Women, Vintage Pharmaceutical and Over-the-Counter Drug Advertising, Vintage Sexist Advertising | Permalink
1974 contraceptive ad
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I didn't know I needed any man's approval for how I choose to protect myself from unwanted pregnancy (/sarcasm).
My aunt used this stuff in the 70s. She got pregnant at 17. I honestly don't think creams or foams are all that effective unless combined with another method, such as a condom or diaphragm.
15 November 2011 at 01:37 PM
A lot of women who cannot tolerate the pill use this kind of thing, but some people are also allergic to it. I remember one woman telling me about the nasty allergic reaction her husband had to spermicide. I think before your man "approves" this you might suggest he do a skin test.
15 November 2011 at 06:36 PM
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