Shock sex survey reveals young Brits using cling film instead of condoms

A shocking new survey of 1,500 British women reveals hapless young couples are using plastic sandwich bags, cling film and latex gloves instead of condoms as contraception

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by Closer Staff |
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Alarmingly, according to a Bayer Healthcare survey of 1,500 British women aged 25-34, nearly a quarter of those questioned had heard of people using DIY 'alternatives' to condoms as contraception, with unreliable methods including latex gloves, cling film and sandwich bags.

Worryingly, one in 10 said they believed it was impossible to get pregnant during their period, and 17 per cent said they'd relied on the 'withdrawal' method in the past.

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The pill proved most popular, with 48 per cent saying it was their most regular form of contraception. However, almost a third had never heard of the hormonal implant, while 27 per cent did not know about the contraceptive injection.

The pill was the most popular choice of contraception
The pill was the most popular choice of contraception

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30 per cent have resorted to using the morning after pill, and only 58 per cent of those asked said they had talked about contraceptive method options with them.

Has no one heard of sex education?!

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