If there's one thing I never thought I'd see, it's Kee-dollar-sign-hah (or Ke$ha if you're no fun) promoting safe things. I figured we'd see the introduction of a bottle-shaped glitter-encrusted toothbrush with a button that plays "When I leave, brush my teeth with a bottle of Jack" while it dispenses whiskey-flavored tooth goo or maybe caffeine pills with her face stamped on them marketed as "candy ecstasy" or stencils to help you draw things like lightning bolts or cartoon penises on your face in glitter; I did not think she'd be putting her image on condom wrappers to promote safe sex at her concerts. That is actually pretty shocking.
But it's true. She's doing something kind of responsible. Ke$ha is putting her face on condoms that she'll hand out at her concerts to help people remember the "no glove, no love" rule. That's funny, last time I checked a drunk girl stumbling around in her little brother's t-shirt covered in rips, tears and mystery stains and enough face paint and glitter to run an entire craft fair on her face wasn't exactly something that whipped people into a sexual frenzy. I think Ke$ha's (probably completely fake) drunken antics are enough to convince youngsters to abstain from sex, drugs and rock and roll. She's kind of like a walking PSA.