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Kyle McCabe is fighting the perils of unprotected sex, one condom at a time. McCabe, a student at the College of New Jersey in Ewing, has launched an emergency contraceptive delivery service for TCNJ students who find themselves unprepared for a sexy encounter.
CondAm, short for Condom Ambulance, is the result of a conversation last October between McCabe and his friends about being prepared. The serendipitous chat moved McCabe to create his condom service.
“Health services are not open all the time. Some students don’t have cars. They can’t get to stores,” said McCabe in a video interview with Associated Press. “I’m here to help people who do decide that that’s right for them and I just want to help them be safe.”
To use CondAm’s services, TCNJ students fill out a form on the company’s website, inputting information like campus address and type and quantity of condoms—varying from $3 for a single condom to $15 for a pack of 10, with selections from Trojan or “vegan” condoms called Glyde.
Users can opt for a discrete drop-off or go for the deliverymen’s trademark flashing siren helmet. CondAm, staffed by McCabe and a handful of friends, even offers express delivery during the peak frisky hours of 7 pm to 3 am, Friday-Sunday.