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Ke$ha’s Plan to Promote Safe Sex May Backfire

by girls   March 08, 2011 at 6:20PM  |  Views: 2,417
Ke$ha wants her fans to keep it safe in the bedroom and announced recently that she will hand out 10,000 condoms featuring her glittered face on the wrappers during her upcoming tour this year.

The anti-hipster hipster is an ardent advocate of safe sex and has distributed condoms at gigs in the past. In 2009 she told BBC Radio, “If you come to a live show, it's a sensory assault. You will leave covered in sweat, beer, glitter and, just maybe, you'll get a special-edition Ke$ha condom.” Now those condoms are a reality.

Now before you get carried away with passion, be warned that Ke$ha doesn’t vouch for the effectiveness of her face-emblazoned condoms. No siree, Bob! The condoms may be made by Lifestyle, but the singer says, “If it breaks, you have to name your daughter or son after me.” That’s exactly what the world needs—more Ke$has.

These condoms may actually do more for the abstinence movement than safe sex. After all, what guy wants to see Ke$ha’s face right before he wraps it up?

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