The whole reaction process started when National Family Health Survey revealed the stunning figures regarding the number of condom users in India. According to the statistics, almost 95% of our Indian men do not use condoms. Soon, Durex, a condom brand which has been trying hard for years to get the audience attention with its pinpoint promotional techniques tweeted a message: “What’s happening India? 95% of Indians don’t use condoms! We’d love to know why?”
What’s happening India? 95% of Indians don’t use condoms! We’d love to know why?
— Durex India (@DurexIndia) March 5, 2018
#HateCondoms, a campaign has started on Twitter asking Indian men, why they do not use condoms?
Twitter user, as usual, shared their thoughts on this issue. One wrote: “#HateCondoms
No wonder our population is what it is.Great work Durex India. Kudos to your courage to accept such a shocking number of people.”
Another wrote: “While Indians are making #HateCondoms the latest way to vent their frustrations on these very important products, the question is why do people hate condoms?”
A woman user tweeted: “Coz #indian men feel they are too manly to wear a #condom and look at it as a hindrance to their vitality and pleasure trip. What does a woman feel? Who cares! #shameonthem.”