McGill University makes safe sex sexy

Canada's McGill University is taking an interesting approach to promoting safe sex. The school recently opened a new on-campus sex boutique, known as the Shagalicious Shop, which provides the student body with an affordable way to purchase condoms and other sex-related merchandise, according to Canada.com.

The store, which is located at the school's health center, aims to make buying condoms on campus easier, less taboo and more fun. Administrators hope that the products in the store, as well as the "sexperts" on hand to offer advice, will help decrease the instances of sexually transmitted infections at the school.

Shagalicious Shop is decked out with a shag rug, sexy lighting and pop art on the walls. Students can choose from an array of condoms, dental dams and lubricants.

"This is a safe environment for students," Antoine Beauchemin, a student at the school, told the news source. "It's education, but it's peer education."

McGill isn't the only school working to promote safe sex. A recent event at the University of South Carolina saw students walking down a runway dressed in costumes entirely made out of condoms, according to the school's newspaper, The Daily Gamecock.

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