Quoting one of the comments:
Jeton Ademaj · Stony Brook University
if you want to improve rates of condom usage, there is no argument that will help you...except those which directly lead to the manufacture and distribution of far better ones that more people are able to use.
oh, and if you're going to invoke the CDC, you'll have to accept that the CDC itself no longer equates "condomless sex" with "unprotected sex", because ......
***PrEP is by far the most powerful HIV-prevention tool available to HIV-negative people, and has multiple advantages in that regard compared to condoms***
oh, and the most powerful HIV prevention tool period is getting all HIV-positive people on successful treatment and helping them stay there...do THAT, and you end the epidemic cold.
The CDC RECOMMENDS PrEP
if you are at high risk.
this is the same BS that Michael Weinstein of the AHF was promoting. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/san-francisco-bolsters-anti-aids-campaign-with-new-funding/
MICHAEL WEINSTEIN: The motivation that people have for taking Truvada is to be able to have sex without a condom.
JOHN CARLOS FREY: Do you think that people don’t want to wear condoms either?
MICHAEL WEINSTEIN: I think men in general don’t wanna wear condoms. That’s just an absolute truth. I mean, and it’s not surprising. But, you know, we don’t wear seatbelts either, you know, or helmets or a lot of other things. But they’re a necessity.
JOHN CARLOS FREY: So wouldn’t it be better then to just take a pill every day instead of worrying about transmitting H.I.V.?
MICHAEL WEINSTEIN: You know what? If it was guaranteed that everybody would take it every day as prescribed. Obviously our attitude about it would be completely different if we didn’t have to rely on the person to take that pill every single day.