Condom purchase behaviour mostly unchanged—except for gay men

brightly coloured condoms in packets
At 11%, the proportion of Australian adults buying condoms in any given six-month period remains unchanged since 2011, with 59% of total purchasers being men and 41% being women, the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal. This gender skew is evident across all age groups. Younger Australians aged between 25 and 34 years remain

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