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Now your d**k can be an IRL eggplant emoji, thanks to Durex

Just why.

On Sep 5, 2016 by Cynthia McKelvey

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Durex wants the makers of emoji to add a condom to promote safe sex

Adding some protection to those sexts.

On Nov 20, 2015 by Selena Larson

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Durex wants you to get excited about its mysterious new sex gadget

Is that an iPhone in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?

On Mar 5, 2015 by Mike Wehner

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6 reasons we fall for hoaxes on Facebook

If everybody’s sharing it, channel your inner After School Special and proceed with caution.

On Sep 10, 2014 by Cabell Gathman

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Dads turn family photos into perfect ads for condoms

These hilarious photos might be reason enough to rethink parenthood. 

On Nov 4, 2013 by Fernando Alfonso III

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Free condoms: The way to keep Twitter from mocking your campaign

The Durex World AIDS Day campaign is a corporate-sponsored Twitter promotion that didn’t backfire horribly against the company.

On Nov 29, 2012 by Jennifer Abel

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Olympic “brand police” crack down on unapproved condoms after athlete’s tweet

Australian BMX competitor Caroline Buchanan tweeted a photo of a condom bucket in the Olympic Village, but the prophylactics weren't from the Olympics-approved brand. 

On Aug 9, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger

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Durex’s Facebook app picks sex soundtrack for partner’s pleasure

The condom company's In-Sync Song Generator is a strong contender for the most awkward app request you can send on Facebook.

On Jun 29, 2012 by Fernando Alfonso III

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Friend request: The son you didn’t know you had

Take note Durex. This is how you properly use social media to sell condoms. 

On Nov 30, 2011 by Fernando Alfonso III