Skip to comments.Sexy time? Let me check in first... (Stanford U. and Open Society)
Posted on 11/27/2012 7:41:52 AM PST by PieterCasparzen
Planned Parenthood has taken social medias check-in technology to a whole new level. The ability to check in to establishments like restaurants, gyms, clubs, virtually anywhere, using Yelp, Foursquare, and other applications has now been applied to condoms. Before getting down and dirty, you can scan the QR code on these specially designed Planned Parenthood condoms to send information to wheredidyouwearit.com. Your story will then be shared on a nationwide map that pinpoints the approximate location of your safe sex, your age, relationship status, and of course, how good the experience was.
In a campaign that started this past Valentines Day, Planned Parenthood sent over 50,000 condoms to college campuses across America. Though critics have been decrying the effort as encouraging sex, the organization views the situation differently. In a disclaimer on the page where you enter in details of the experience, Planned Parenthood writes, But remember: Sex happens. Were not encouraging you to have sex or not have sex. Were just encouraging people to be safer in their activities. This site is intended to provide a visual representation that safe sex happens too. There is strength in numbers leadership by example. Be part of the solution.
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Partly funded by Soros's Open Society intellectual elite freak show.
Joyce's blog is at http://http://globalhealth.stanford.edu/blog/ghmedia_fellowship/
Here she is at OSF:
Grants for interested left-wing medical students are available here:
Center for Innovation in Global Health Grants Program
Just keep in mind the following:
"In selecting proposals, the committee will give favorable consideration to those that are:
Collaborative within and across departments and disciplines or an outside organization (e.g. an NGO, company or social entrepreneur) Pilot Projects or early stage, but include elements of impact evaluation Training opportunities for graduate or undergraduate students Partnerships with individuals or organizations in resource-poor settings Likely to attract new or additional extramural funding"
(in other words, make your project a Soros-friendly project)
As juvenile as it is, I’m surprised it took so long for someone to try this out as a social network. College students were the perfect text market. They don’t shut up about anything.
Is this like the old joke where the tatoo “Shorty” becomes “Shorty’s Sunoco Service, Punxatawney PA, We Give Green Stamps”?
Do the kids get badges?
1. yelp reviews are rampant with fakes. (for and against)
2. we are discussing minors.
3. we are discussing medical issues. see hippa
4. sit back and wait for the first suit.
(STRONG sarcasm on)
Go outside local [insert leftist organization here] take “did it picture” with someone elses phone.
After a while it will appear that [insert leftist organization here] is hedonism central.
then again this gag make reduce the hedonism stats of an organization.
Why not just make a web-enabled condom that tweets out when it is unrolled?
Open Society Institute implants a chip in their neck.
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