Recently, gleaming "Convenience Centers" have appeared in the restrooms, affixed to walls, throughout [IVC] campus.
Here is the one in the men's facility in A-200.
It's worth noting that the female version of the "Convenience Center" lacks birth control (condoms) and cologne.
Quipped one IVC wag, it's because men are stinky and sexually active.
Women are offered instead lip gloss and breath fresheners along with the usual array of feminine hygiene products.
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