"Condoms are very much in style as a fashion accessory at the International AIDS Conference in Toronto, showing up on strait-laced men, shy teenagers and African grandmothers.
"There's a great need to de-stigmatize condoms around the world, especially in Africa," said Franck DeRose, executive director of The Condom Project, which aims to get people comfortable about condoms, especially those living in countries where the little piece of latex is considered taboo."
This article got my attention right away. Hezbollah claiming victory - even though at first I laughed at this statement...I really began to think of the events that took place throughout the month of combat.
At times, Israel had quite a ground force, and like the article said, Hezbollah was able to hold them off for the most part a good portion of the time. Hezbollah was able to fire rockets until the final minutes of the cease fire, and keep Israelis at bay.
Don't get me wrong - I'm not taking sides here, and alot of the facts tell me that Israel had a clear victory, but not as "clear" as I thought. When this first began, I felt bad for Hezbollah because I thought Israel would run right through them with no problem. Obviously this did not happen, and this subject will be debated for a long, long time. Obviously this could change at any given moment, due to the frailty of the cease fire, but only time will tell.
If you had to pick a winner right now - who would you say won?