The Sponge as Contraceptive Returns

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The Sponge as Contraceptive Returns
Wed, 05-27-2009 - 9:50am

And this time it is repackaged for a younger generation who may not remember the Today Sponge — or the 1995 episode of “Seinfeld” in which Elaine hoarded her stash, for use only with boyfriends she deemed “spongeworthy.”


At one time the Today Sponge, a spermicide-coated polyurethane barrier placed in the vagina to inhibit sperm, was the most popular form of over-the-counter birth control for women. Now, a new distributor is introducing it again this weekend, hoping to reclaim that status.


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The dog wagged its tail. (Possessive)
Do not confuse the possessive form its with the contraction it's (it is).
It's a beautiful day.
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