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Sexual health and consent

Protect Yourself

When used correctly and consistently, condoms can significantly reduce the risk of contracting and passing on STIs like HIV. But, be aware of STIs like herpes or HPV that can be passed on through skin-to-skin contact. The risk of contracting some STIs can be reduced through vaccination.

Know Your Status

Not all STIs show symptoms and you don’t want to be in the dark about your status. Stay on top of your health and prevent the spread of STIs by getting tested regularly. Here’s where you can find a clinic near you (US only). Talk About It Communication is key. Talk about sexual health and STI testing before getting intimate with a new partner. Need help starting the conversation? 

No Means No

Sex should always start with consent, whether it’s with a new or long-term partner. Consent is all about respecting boundaries and can be withdrawn at any time.

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