Not if they don't want to. I don't think it's anything that should be a "rule." If they wanted to, then yes, but I wouldn't say "all women should carry their own condoms." It's an equal thing, anyways, isn't it? Sex, I mean? If my partner and I used condoms, I'd expect his ass to pick up the slack since I have my own way. Just me though. Now if someone didn't have their own form of birth control, then I suppose it'd be a pretty safe decision to carry "just in case condoms." Nothing anybody should be required to do, though.
Absolutely! There's such a stigma about a woman who carries condoms, and I've never understood it.
How many times have you seen this in shows/movies? A woman is standing at the sink in a public bathroom and a condom accidentally falls out of her purse. The other ladies all snicker and maybe even call her a slut under their breath.
Instead of shaming women for carrying protection we should applaud them. Good for you for taking care of yourself!
Everyone wants to yell and scream about equal rights, how about equal responsibility: If you wanna let someone tap it, one of you needs to make sure they wrap it.
Yell and scream about equal rights? Are you saying that a woman who stands up for her right to be treated with the same respect as a man is shrill? And I don't think this question is about responsibility--I mean, if two people decide on the spur of the moment that they want to have sex, and neither has a condom, they have approximately three choices: one, find the nearest drugstore; two, go ahead and have risky sex; three, simply wait to have sex until someone has a condom. Whichever way things go, it isn't about whose "responsibility" it is to carry a condom.