Condom Fairy mails free safer sex supplies and sexual health information right to BU students’ mailboxes. 

About Condom Fairy

We believe that sex should be safe, pleasurable, and shame-free. That’s why BU has Condom Fairy!

Condom Fairy is a free program that mails safer sex supplies (upon request) to students’ on or off-campus mailboxes. Condom Fairy makes it easier for BU students to access condoms and other safer sex supplies by removing potential cost, privacy, and embarrassment barriers.

Condom Fairy also shares information about sexual health services (like STI testing and treatment) and other ways to support your sexual wellbeing.

Available supplies and how to use them

Safer sex supplies come in a variety of sizes, materials, and flavors. It’s important to figure out what fit and feel works best for you! Condom Fairy offers a selection of supplies to meet BU students’ different needs and preferences. You’ll also find instructions on how to use safer sex supplies in your Condom Fairy order and here. 

Learn More

Order from Condom Fairy

Condom Fairy is closed for the term, and will reopen in the fall.

Need condoms ASAP?

Students can get free, discreet condom packs at Student Health Services. Visit SHS at 881 Commonwealth Ave. during business hours and ask a staff member for a discreet bag of supplies.

Emergency contraception options

Emergency contraception (the morning after pill) can be taken to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. It is most effective when taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex, but you can take it up to five days after – the sooner the better. Learn more about how emergency contraception works.

Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Testing

If you’re sexually active, getting tested regularly for STIs is an important part of taking care of your sexual health. SHS offers convenient STI testing on campus. Learn more about when and how to get tested, what to expect, how to talk with sexual partners about testing, and more in this Q&A with a nurse.