For Your Information: Trojan Condoms Lists The 10 Least Sexually Healthy Colleges And Universities In America!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Did You Know, For the Fellas, For the Ladies

It’s all fun and games until you find those little bumps…

Trojan Condoms Ranks Colleges And Universities Based On Sexual Health

Via Coed Magazine and PR Newswire

Trojan Condoms recently released their 2012 Sexual Health Report Card ranking “141 major campuses drawn from conferences within the Bowl Championship Series and beyond…representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia.” Each school was graded in 11 categories to determine their final placement.

But no one likes looking at schools that do well on sexual health report cards. We want to see the sleazy underbelly of modern American collegiate students. Which is why the bottom ten schools are really the most revealing…

But in all seriousness, just because a school doesn’t get the highest grade in sexual health doesn’t mean the students have to suffer. Yes, it’s nice when a college takes a strong stance towards helping out the student body, but in the end, we’re all responsible for our own bodies.

So the biggest takeaway here: no matter where your school falls on this list, be responsible.

Here are the criteria for where a school ranks on the list

The annual study from the maker of Trojan® Brand Condoms and conducted by Sperling’s BestPlaces, calls attention to the state of sexual health on campuses nationwide by ranking them according to accessibility of sexual health resources and information available to students.

Hit the flip to see which schools are the worst when it comes to “wrapping it up”

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