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Enter the 2017 Sex in the Swamp condom design challenge!

Published: January 6th, 2017

Category: Student Health Care Center Blog

Eta Sigma Gamma member Amber Dellich poses with a 2016 condom design challenge participant and his design.

Eta Sigma Gamma member Amber Dellich poses with a 2016 condom design challenge participant and his design.

Partnering again with the Student Health Care Center, the Alpha Lambda Chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma at UF is proud to announce Sex in the Swamp 2017, back at the Florida Gym on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017! Join campus and community organizations for a variety of great Spring Break tips, information and freebies, including:

  • A Live SEXpert Panel
  • FREE Food & Giveaways

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Grab a friend, get creative and transform condoms into the next must-have accessory or article of clothing!

As part of this event, ESG is hosting a condom design challenge! This event is open to teams of one to three current UF students. Each first place winning team member will receive a Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband!

Register your design team by Feb. 3, 2017!

Sex in the Swamp: Condom Design Challenge

Register your team by Feb. 3, 2017, using the form below. Colored, non-lubricated condoms will be provided to each team the week of Jan. 30, 2017. DESIGNS MUST BE COMPLETED BY 5PM FEB. 21, 2017. Additional information and guidelines will be communicated to team members via email.
  • EXAMPLES: shirt, shorts, bathing suit, bag, hat, tie, scarf, headband, earrings, belt, jacket, purse, umbrella - the only limit is your imagination! NOTE: You may use a real accessory or fabric as a base, but the design must be made primarily using condoms.
  • Use this space to relate your design to a college sexual health topic, such as consent, healthy relationships, safer sex, using protection, pregnancy prevention, STI prevention, sex-positivity, etc.
  • Use this space to record any questions or concerns you have regarding this design challenge.

This challenge was inspired by the University of South Carolina’s PROJECT CONDOM.