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Shouldn’t women have an equal say in contraception? And whether the man should wear a condom or not? Or whether a woman should wear a female condom or use other contraception? And who decides whether a woman should have a pill after unprotected sex or not? These are some of the questions addressed in a social video by the Piramal group to highlight their ICanHelp service. Piramal makes the i-Pill and other products related to female health. Also Read - Will Coronavirus Lead to Baby Boom? Stores Experience Condom Shortages as Couples Stock in Quarantine



Their new video challenges the practice of a majority of men who refuse to wear a condom for some reason or the other. The hashtag #FairSexFairSay has been trending on Twitter, with mostly positive but some negative reactions. Also Read - Are People in Singapore Using Condoms to Stay Off Coronavirus? See Viral Posts

We like this video because it raises awareness about sexual well-being, especially for women. After all, a pill has its side-effects, and it does not guarantee no-pregnancy. Neither does a condom, but it is safer, say reports. (ALSO SEE: Soon, anti-HIV ‘super condom’ with pleasure-enhancing properties)



Watch this video by ICanHelp and Piramal group will help you answer some of your questions. (ALSO SEE: Sunny Leone promotes Safe Sex through special video)