Via Christian Nightmares (in turn via Friendly Atheist), there’s apparently a Catholic site touting itself as the “revolution against contraception in marriage”. And they’ve built a great little infographic explaining how to properly use a condom.
Water balloons. Slick, spermicide-and-lubricant-covered water balloons. Ha ha ha ha STDS AND TEEN PREGNANCY.
Mind you, they already have that covered — by salting the earth and claiming that condoms CAN’T be proven to prevent STDs, via a shitload of sophistry-by-numbers arguments. And they link to a study from 2008 showing 1 in 4 teens have STDs, as though that means that they have STDs DESPITE using condoms — something that is almost certainly not the case and definitely not in evidence.
This is what happens when you mix procreative theology, sex shame, and the fear that improved sex education might actually prevent pregnancies (which form more babbys, ripe for religious conversion) and STDs (which are God’s punishment for enjoying doing the nasty).