random observation

In most Kroger grocery stores in Nashville, the condoms and other assorted “intimate” goods are usually in a normal aisle, along with the cold medicines, cough drops, pain relievers, etc.

But at our Kroger, which is in a lower-income, somewhat-gentrified but still predominantly African-American neighborhood, they are kept right in front of the pharmacist’s window, in a recessed glass case with a lock, giving the impression that is locked (but it isn’t).