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!
Check out this Blog on ‘Consent’ from Australia’s new site to resource young women to face tricky life situations with great information: RosieRespect.org.au What is Consent? What is Consent? Consent is when you freely agree to participate in sexual activity with another person (or people). It is saying YES! to sex (anything from kissing to intercourse),
Red Aware @ Adelaide Schoolies by Greg Tropeano Each year in late November thousands of South Australian school-leavers head to Victor Harbour for the Schoolies Festival. Schoolies is often portrayed by the media as a kind of Dionysian debauch; a weekend of binge drinking, illicit drug use and unsafe sexual behaviour. Not having attended Schoolies myself,
Welcome to our Safe Sex Gazette blog! Every Thursday we’ll be bringing you a wrap-up of the week’s 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.
In honour of the recent 20th International AIDS conference (held in Australia for the first time), I have asked some of my savvy friends to share their thoughts on sex, health and relationships. Today Caitlin Hennesy, a 24 year old from South Australia, provides a youth perspective on AIDS 2014 and the power of narrative.
In July 2014, Melbourne hosted the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). YEAH took a leading role in community engagement during AIDS 2014, using art as social advocacy we conceived and produced many of the large scale installations throughout the Melbourne bringing youth focused issues, challenges and vision for an HIV Free Generation to the attention of the local community and international onlookers.
To keep life peachy
Because I'm 16, and don't want to get pregnant.
If you think shes spunky, cover your monkey
Can never be to safe!!
Protect your winkle before you sprinkle. And also I don't want to be pregnant to wreck my future of becoming a chef.
Just cause I can be