A WORD of WELCOME and an Angle of Approach
Many readers of this document grew up in a world where about three-quarters of the US population was married and any disease transmitted from sexual intercourse could be fixed by a shot of penicillin. Today, only 23% of the population is married, and, for those who were born in 1970 or later, the specter of serious illness and death has always been associated with any individual’s sex life. For those who came of age in the sixties or earlier, using protection against disease may seem undesirable or cumbersome, but for younger adults, the very prospect of having any means of real protection is a very exciting possibility.
With the above in mind, welcome to a plan which is now a seed ready to grow into a safer world for future generations.