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Transcript of Sexual Health
College + Sex =
College is a great opportunity for exploration and discovery. With this in mind, you need to have your facts straight and know your limits to do this safely. The following slides will give you the information and resources to help you make safe decisions about your sexual health.
How much do you know about sex? Follow the link below to test your knowledge!
The Top Ten to Smart Sex
The following are 10 simple things you can do, say, or think about before engaging in sex.
STIs and unplanned pregnancies affect both partners. Be sure to talk about these issues before having sex and set clear expectations and boundaries. This is much easier to do beforehand rather than in the heat of the moment.
Talk First, Sex Later
Never have sex out of fear or pressure from a partner. It is always your choice. If you don't want to have sex, be sure to discuss this with your partner.
Do you have a supportive relationship? Take the quizzes below to find out:
Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Sex
Drug and alcohol use can interfere with your decision making skills and lead to sexual assault, pregnancy, or STIs. Also, large amounts of alcohol react with your body to make sex less enjoyable for both people.
2 Are Better than 1
The best way to prevent pregnancy and STIs is to use both a contraceptive like the pill and a condom. Check out the links below for different types of contraceptive and the dos and don'ts of condoms.
Get a Buddy
When you are out, make sure to have a buddy. You look out for each other when you are at and promise to not leave without telling them. They can also be your second opinion
No means No!
And passed out doesn't mean yes. If you are too drunk to realize someone is telling you "no" or someone is passed out, it can be considered rape. On the other hand, if you see signs of sexual assault, be a good bystander and step in.
For more information about STIs, check out the link below.
Respect everyone's right to make their own decision... including you!
We all have the right to make our own decisions about when to have sex whether it is the first time or the tenth.
Be Prepared for a Sex Emergency
Sometimes things go wrong even when you try to do everything right. Consider carrying a few condoms with you in case of breaks or tears. Women have the option of using Emergency Contraception within 72 hours of intercourse. For more information on Emergency Contraception, follow the link below.
Alternatives to Sex
You can be intimate without having sex. These alternatives, like oral sex, have risks as well, but will not cause pregnancy.
Make Sexual Health a Priority
Both men and women need regular check-ups to make sure they are sexually healthy. Check out the links below to explore your own sexual health needs.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Website
Community Resource List-CAPS
List of groups and workshops available at CAPS. (Healthy Relationships, Sexual Abuse)
Sexual and reproductive health