I imagine that will be an issue for many. I think it's different for the generation behind us. I think for the younger generations, and frankly for our generation of singles it should be too, will be simply part of the single sex life until there is a reason for a couple to proceed otherwise. We grew up just as STD's became game changers not just in health concerns, but in actual mortality. The next generation always had that in their lives.
Being around a lot of younger people, condoms are a drag price-wise, but there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of resentment until the kids are in a stable relationship. In my small experience, it seems that's when compliance gets slack, or the expense and logistics to acquire them proves too difficult. Shortsightedness of youth, perhaps, impulsivity can get the better of us at that age. If it can be something that a young couple or single looks forward to using, will keep them healthy and alive, able to go to make wiser choices each day, I'm excited for it.