City College gets Condom Connection

Students spearhead effort for the donation of a safe sex golf cart

“PROTECT YOUR PANTHER,” the logo reads on the “Condom Connection” safe-sex golf cart expected to be in service at City College for the spring semester. The specially designed golf cart donated by the Capitol City AIDS Fund to City College will provide condoms along with information on safe sex and sexually transmitted diseases.

At a World AIDS Day memorial event held Dec. 1 at Faces nightclub in midtown, City College Vice President of Instruction Mary Turner accepted keys to the golf cart on behalf of President Kathryn Jeffrey.

“The cart will be an engaging fun way to open up a discussion with our students on a serious topic that is not always easy to discuss,” Turner said.

The donation of the safe-sex cart was coordinated by students in City College Professor Patty Blomberg’s Human Sexuality class as part of their service learning project, according to Rick Brewer, public information officer for City College.

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