In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a hitting the Northeast today and tomorrow.

Real feel: Stay in and have sex.

So while you’re stocking up on milk, bread, bottled water, and wine, there’s one more thing to add to the list: condoms.



After Hurricane Sandy in October 2012, some hospitals in areas that were hit hard saw an uptick in births nine months later.

Why You Should Definitely Use A Condom Tonight

Some New York City hospitals estimated a 10-30% increase in due dates nine months after Sandy and hospitals along the Jersey shore noticed a 20-35% percent rise in post-Sandy births. So, yeah, people were definitely getting busy during those power outages.

Hey, blizzard sex is a great way to pass the time when you’re looking at 2-3 feet of snow.

When the weather outside is frightful, don't forget to bring your hat and "gloves" for protection. #condoms #snow #winter

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According to a survey by Trojan condoms, 7 in 10 Americans have gotten busy during extreme weather. Obviously. Because what the hell else are you going to do when you’re stuck inside with potentially no power but all of the wine?

But unless you want your blizzard souvenir to be a baby… or an STD… wrap it up tonight.

Why You Should Definitely Use A Condom Tonight

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Sincerely, BuzzFeed Health.

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