STI prevention

To avoid getting a sexually transmitted disease (STD) or a sexually transmitted infection (STI) it is important to have safe sex. Safe sex is important so it is good to know how to talk about it with your partner and learn to make safe sex sexy.

Facts

Staying Safe

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are infections that you can get mainly through unprotected vaginal, anal, and oral sex. When we say unprotected sex, we mean sex without a condom.

How to talk about safe sex and STDs

Yes, this could be the most awkward and unromantic conversation you have with your partner. But! Couples that have this talk end up trusting each other more and having more fun in the bedroom – two big factors for a long-lasting relationship.

Wetter is better

People sometimes complain that using condoms reduces their sexual sensation – they say they want ‘flesh-to-flesh’ sex. Well, here are some tips to make things wetter, because wetter is better!

Safe or unsafe?

Making love is a fantastic part of life, but sex can also carry risks. There’s the risk of catching or passing on HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases. And also of getting pregnant, or getting your partner pregnant, when that’s not something you want.