About Karen Rayne

Dr. Karen Rayne has been supporting parents and families since 2007 when she received her PhD in Educational Psychology. A specialist in child wellbeing, Dr. Rayne has spent much of her career supporting parents, teachers, and other adults who care for children and teenagers.


  1. That is hysterical! I love it!

  2. I second the motion. This is funny and get the point across.


  3. I like the German poster condom commercial – it shows a shriveled up banana next to a nice fresh banana – the fresh banana has a condom on it, the shriveled banana doesn’t. At the bottom of the poster it just says “do it” (in German of course!)

  4. I’ve shown this video clip to work colleages, some of whom said they have learned something from it. But in repeated watching, I’m wondering about the process of removing the condom – it almost looks as if with her method it is being turned inside out before being tied up and discarded. Anyone else see that?

  5. I agree with you, Dorian. I noticed that after repeated viewings myself. While I don’t think that the condom is being turned inside out, it isn’t be held in such a way to really prevent semen from being spilled. However, the condom is being removed from the penis after the penis has been removed from the vagina, which would clearly reduce the chance of pregnancy or STD transmission. But it is sloppy.

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