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Welcome to our new blog! This is place you can get the latest wrap-up of sexual health news (and other researchy stuff) from around Australia and the world. This is a blog for those of you with a keen interest in, or curiosity about, sex and sexual health. Whether it’s the science or the social side of sexuality that you’re into, you’ll usually find something in the list to take your fancy. You can also join the conversation by uploading your own content!
One common worry that young people have about sex (particularly penetrative sex) is whether or not it’s going to hurt. While it’s totally normal for sex, whatever that means for you, to be awkward, strange and maybe a little uncomfortable, it shouldn’t be too painful. Here are some ways to help make sex
Sexual Health for Women Traditional sexuality education in schools tends to focus on reproduction and the risk of unplanned pregnancy for young women. This isn’t the only aspect of sexual health that affects young women, so let’s re-visit some women’s health basics. While a lot of these topics are specific to women who have vaginas/get
There are many benefits of using lube during sex. It can make sex more pleasurable for all parties, it can increase the sensation when using barriers such as condoms or dams and it decreases friction during sex which means that condoms are less likely to break. There are an overwhelming number of lubes available though,
One question we often get asked is “Why should I bother using condoms if my partner and I are using contraception?” Sex education has not succeeded in teaching people the difference between these two types of tools – so tune in as we try to fill in the gaps. Firstly, what is contraception? Contraception has
On a warm sunny Sunday, YEAH made a triumphant return to the 2016 Midsumma Carnival, the official launch day of Midsumma Festival – Melbourne’s annual queer celebration festival! I was lucky enough to be joined by Agents Kassy and Maddie as part of the inclusive Youth Space – where we engaged with young people at
With 80% of STIs occurring amongst young people it’s time to take action
its just safer
I don't know but i wanna learn more about safe sex.
Safe sex is very important, People need to know the risks and participate in safe sex.
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