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City Pages, February 2, 2014

St. Paul flooded with Endangered Species Condoms thanks to most romantic status
By Aaron Rupar

Already the continent's best romantic getaway, St. Paul is about to get a whole lot cuter in the condom department.

The Center for Biological Diversity is flooding St. Paul with hundreds of Endangered Species Condoms thanks to the city's romantic recognition.

The condoms, each featuring one of six endangered species, will be arriving up here and in other cities that made the USA Today's list just in time for Valentine's Day. They'll be distributed by volunteers, though exactly where isn't clear, as the Center's phones were busy this afternoon. (Demand must be high -- we have an e-mail in and will update when we learn more.)

"Valentine's Day is the perfect time to spread a message of love by speaking out about human population growth and endangered species protection," Taralynn Reynolds, population and sustainability organizer at the Center, said in a statement. "Endangered Species Condoms are a great way to start the conversation about how our actions have impacts on polar bears, panthers and other critically endangered species."

Well, that'll certainly make for some interesting pillow-talk. 

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