Female condoms, also called internal (use) condoms, are synthetic latex products that are used to prevent pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections that are placed in the vagina or anus. They have two functions: contraception and prevention of sexually transmitted infections. When used correctly, the effective rate of female condoms is 95%. Female condoms do not contain hormones, do not cause serious side effects, and do not need to be used regularly. It is suitable for most women. However, the price is usually high, and the current popularity is still relatively low, and most women do not know it well. Explaining in comprehensive sex education allows women to learn more about the prevention of sexually transmitted infections and female condoms, and raise awareness of health care, which can increase the acceptance of female condoms to a certain extent.