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RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, August 16, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — Are some people superheroes because they help men use women for sex? 

That seems to be the consensus among certain Twitter users who are hailing a man whose job is to distribute condoms to Olympic athletes. 

According to the International Olympic Committee, 450,000 condoms will be distributed during the Rio Olympics to encourage Olympians to practice “safe sex.”

Proponents of contraception claim that sex can be consequence-free as long as some latex separates the consenting parties, but the countless people who have become pregnant, contracted an STD, or suffered emotional damage while practicing “safe sex” would likely beg to differ.

Pope St. John Paul II said God has assigned “as a duty to every man the dignity of every woman.”

Real superheroes are the men who recognize and uphold the inherent dignity of the women to whom they are attracted — this means not using women’s bodies as a means to an end. Real superheroes are the men who recognize the value of women’s fertility and that sex isn’t about blindly seeking pleasure. Real superheroes are the men who protect women from the pain of experiencing only temporarily a bond so powerful that it is designed to be exclusive, permanent, and fruitful.