Girls + Condoms = Promiscuity?

For decades, women in Dominica have had to rely on their male counterparts to purchase contraceptives. But why? Why are women on this island so afraid to make these types of transactions themselves? Apparently, there is a stereotype associated with women and the purchase and use of birth control. Word is women who buy these contraceptives are promiscuous ('salop' in local lingo). In fact, ...

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