WHAT SHOULD I DO? HOW CAN I SUPPORT?
MASTURBATION
CONSENT

CONSENT & PLEASURE

PLEASURE
TYPES OF VIOLENCE

WHAT SHOULD I DO?

HOW CAN I SUPPORT?

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, you should know that you are not alone. A range of supportive resources is available for survivors and those close to them, to help through the unpleasant experience (Parenthood, 2021). This section will cover what you should do if you have been the victim and how can you support someone.

Advice from an Abuse Survivor
- Scarleteen

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What should I do if I or someone I know was sexually assaulted?
- Planned Parenthood

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MASTURBATION

How often is normal?
Masturbating is completely normal, and we should embrace it! Since it has many health benefits. Whether you are sexually active or not, it includes touching one’s own body/genitals for sexual pleasure
(Parenthood, 2021). Here we will discuss what masturbation is and the various health benefits it can have.

Going Solo: The Basics of Masturbation
- Scarleteen

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Masturbation - Planned Parenthood
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How Do You Masturbate?
- Scarleteen

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CONSENT

When does it stop being fun and starts being scary?
Consent is an agreement made before being sexual with someone to participate in any sexual activity. You need to make sure they would like to be sexual with you too. It is important that every time both people agree for it to be consensual. If not, any activity can be considered sexual assault (Parenthood, 2021). So most importantly, how do we talk about consent?

Sexual Consent - Planned Parenthood
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Consenting with a Non-verbal Partner
- Scarleteen

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How do I talk about Consent?
- Planned Parenthood

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TYPES OF VIOLENCE

Violence can show up in many ways and it is important to be aware and identify them, to be able to act upon it and receive the needed help. Such types of violence that we will look at relevant to sex education, involve sexual, obstetric and reproductive
freedom
violence. 

Sexual Assault Exam: An Insiders Guide
- Scarleteen

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Violence-free Sexuality
- Argentina Health Ministry

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Welcome to the Consent & Pleasure page!
Here you can find lots of info on sexual pleasure, how to the benefits of masturbating, how consent looks like in different situations and how to set your own sexual boundaries. Feel free to explore and read through all the content we have collected for you, by clicking through these fun illustrations that represent each one of
these topics! 

SEXUALITIES

An understanding of ourselves on a sexual level, our identity in relation to the genders(s) we are attracted to (Network, 2013).

SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

Sexual dysfunction is when one has trouble having or enjoying sex and becomes bothersome. Since sex is an important part of our health and quality of life, this can affect us both physically and emotionally. However, they are very common and treatable! (Parenthood, 2021) In this section we will discuss the causes, treatments and the different types of dysfunctions.

Sexual Dysfunction - Planned Parenthood
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BOTHERSOME

When something or someone causes trouble or difficulty (Oxford, 2021).

SEX

How many of us out there are having great sex?
The action of engaging in sexual intercourse or activities with another individual(s), such as oral
, vaginal or anal sex, masturbating alone or with a partner, kissing, body rubbing, using sex toys, phone sex or “sexting” or watching porn (Parenthood, 2021). The following section will provide information on these activities and how we can all experience it differently and that is completely okay!

How do I talk to my partner about sex?
- Planned Parenthood

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Man to Man: On Sex, Masculinity, and Being Yourself - Scarleteen
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Sex and Pleasure
- Planned Parenthood

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No Big Deal: Sex & Disability
- Scarleteen

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ORAL SEX

Sex involving the mouth and genitals, including cunnilingus, anilingus, and fellatio (Parenthood, 2021).

VAGINAL SEX

Sex where a penis, fingers or a sex toy
enters a vagina (Parenthood, 2021)
.

ANAL SEX

Sex in which a penis, fingers or a sex toy goes into the anus
(Parenthood, 2021).

MASTURBATING

Touching one’s own body/genitals for sexual pleasure (Parenthood, 2021).

RELATIONSHIPS

When it comes to relationships, is it smarter to follow your heart or your head?

Relationships can take various forms: friendships, romantic or work-related relationships, and are an integral part of our lives. Unfortunately, they are not always easy, no two relationships are the exact same, however learning how to communicate the way we feel and what is considered to be unhealthy is important (Parenthood, 2021). The content we have collected for you touches upon the following for all bodies and sexualities: how can I have a good relationship? What makes a relationship unhealthy? What is sexual and reproductive control? How should I end a relationship?

Relationships - Planned Parenthood
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Hi, Bi Guy: Coming Out to Your Girlfriend
- Scarleteen

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Navigating Dating Beyond the Binary
- Scarleteen

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Staying Seen: Being Bi in Relationships with Straight People
- Scarleteen

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The Unholy Din of First Dates for Someone With Autism (And How To Avoid It)
- Scarleteen

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Embracing Newbiehood: How to Approach Dating and Sex in Your 20s With Little or No Experience - Scarleteen
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A First Polyamory Guide - Scarleteen
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Dating and Gender Roles when One Partner is Trans - Scarleteen
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Getting Through a Breakup Without Actually Breaking - Scarleteen
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Disability and Dating: I'm Sexy, Seated, and Single Forever - Scarleteen
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DATING IN COVID-19

Are we willing to believe anything to date?

How can we date comfortably and safely during times of a pandemic? What are the impacts on the hook-up culture? Remember, it is not wrong to want to put an extra set of boundaries in place, before you decided to go on a date or have sex with someone! Yet also, some of the content we have found, introduces the concept how being single during these hard times can actually be surprisingly empowering.

Hookup Culture and the Impact of COVID-19: An interview with Lisa Wade, PhD
- Scarleteen

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Being Single During Lockdown: A Surprisingly Empowering Experience
- Scarleteen

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Dating During the Pandemic: Tips for Young People Who Are Living at Home
- Scarleteen

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SEX TOYS

An object used to increase sexual pleasure (Cambridge, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

PANDEMIC

An outbreak of a disease occurring over a wide geographic area, such as multiple countries or continents. Typically affecting a significant percentage of the population (Webster, 2021). A recent example of this is the Corona virus (COVID-19).

SEXUAL RIGHTS

Sexual rights and reproductive rights are embedded within basic human rights. They are as equally important as the right to live, health and liberty; and therefore, are related to one another. We are all diverse and we all have the same right to live sexuality to its fullest. (Gob, 2021). Would like to know more? Explore the sources below!

Different ways of living sexuality
- Argentina Health Ministry

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Sexual and reproductive rights
- Argentina Health Ministry

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SEXUAL RIGHTS

Decide when, how and with whom to engage in sexual activities, live sexuality free of pressures or violence, respect all sexual orientations and gender identities, have access to information and enjoy our bodies and intimacy with others (Gob, 2021).

REPRDUCTIVE RIGHTS

Decide independent and free of discrimination whether or not to have children, with whom, how many and how often. As well as having access to free contraceptive knowledge and of the chosen method. Equally considering the access to the termination of pregnancy, pregnancy care, childbirth, post birth (Gob, 2021).

SEXUALLY

TRANSMITTED DISEASES

Infections that are passed from one person to another during vaginal, anal, or oral sex, or sexual skin-to-skin contact (Parenthood, 2021).

CONDOMS

Thin, stretchy pouches made of latex or lambskin that are worn on the penis during oral, vaginal and anal sex. They can be bought over the counter and provides protection against pregnancy and STDs – except those made of lambskin (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

HORMONAL & COPPER IUD

A tiny device that is safe, long-term, reversible and placed in the uterus. It is considered one of the most effective birth control methods. The hormonal (e.g., Mirena) uses hormones and the copper (Paragard) both work to prevent pregnancy, however not STDS (Parenthood, 2021). 

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

UTERUS

A pear-shaped, reproductive organ from where individuals menstruate, and pregnancy develops. Also known as a womb (Parenthood, 2021).

EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION

A safe and effective method to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. There are two options: a pill of a single dose made from hormones or the copper IUD (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

DESIRE

To want something or someone strongly and passionately (Cambridge, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

ORGASMS

The peak of sexual arousal, when all muscles that were tightened relax, usually causing a very pleasurable feeling (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

HORMONAL INJECTIONS

An injection you get every 3 months and is a safe, convenient and private birth control method that is effective if you always get it on time (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

GENITALS

External sex and internal reproductive organs, such as the vulva, penis or the scrotum (Parenthood, 2021).

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Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

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SEXUAL ACTIVITY

Oral, vaginal or anal sex, masturbating alone or with a partner, kissing, body rubbing, using sex toys, phone sex or “sexting” or watching porn (Parenthood, 2021).

CONSENSUAL

A willing agreement of all people involved (Cambridge, 2021).

SEXUAL ASSAULT

The use of force or coercion, physical or psychological, to make a person engage in sexual activity against their own will (Parenthood, 2021).

SEXUALLY ACTIVE

Involves being engaged in a variety of sexual acts: oral, vaginal or anal sex, masturbating alone or with a partner, kissing, body rubbing, using sex toys, phone sex or “sexting” or watching porn (Parenthood, 2021).

SEXUAL PLEASURE

Also known as arousal, it is the feeling of being sexually turned on and you experience physical and emotional changes (Parenthood, 2021).

AROUSAL

The feeling of being turned on sexually, experiencing physical and emotional changes (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

SEXUAL VIOLENCE

A situation which prevents you from deciding freely about your sexuality, through threats, insults, pressure or the use of physical force (Gob, 2021).

OBSTETRIC VIOLENCE

Inhumane treatment prior, during or post childbirth or cesarean section. Yet also when abortions are not dealt with in time, improper quality of the treatment or not done in confidentiality (Gob, 2021).

REPRODUCTIVE

FREEDOM VIOLENCE

The prevention of allowing someone to decide whether or not to have children, with whom to have them, number and space between pregnancies
(Gob, 2021).

AROUSAL

The feeling of being turned on sexually, experiencing physical and emotional changes (Parenthood, 2021).

ORGASM

The peak of sexual arousal, when all muscles that were tightened during sexual arousal relax, usually causing a very pleasurable feeling
(Parenthood, 2021).

SEX TOY

An object used to increase sexual pleasure (Cambridge, 2021).

DESIRE

To want something or someone strongly and passionately
(Cambridge, 2021).

UNPROTECTED SEX

Having any kind of sexual activity that does not involve a contraceptive method to prevent pregnancy or STDs.

HORMONES

Biological chemicals that cause changes in our bodies and brains, but can also be made in a lab
(Parenthood, 2021).

MENOPAUSE

The process of menstruation stops due to hormonal changes, usually between the ages of 45-55. However, it can happen earlier as a result of certain medical conditions (Parenthood, 2021).

ENDOMETRIUM

The lining of the uterus that grows monthly in order for a fertilized egg to grow and implant itself in. If there is no fertilized egg or implantation, the lining will shed during your period (Parenthood, 2021).

CHRONIC PAIN

Ongoing and long-lasting pain
(Clinic, 2021).

VULVA

External sex organs that include the clitoris, labia (majora and minora), opening to the vagina (introitus), opening to the urethra and two Bartholin’s glands (Parenthood, 2021).

VAGINITIS

A super common irritation of the vagina and vulva that is easily treatable (Parenthood, 2021). But how do we get checked and treated for it? How can we prevent it? Check out this section to find out more!

Vaginitis - Planned Parenthood
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SEXUAL

REPRODUCTIVE ANATOMY

The reproductive and sexual anatomies include our genitals and internal sex and reproductive organs, and everyone’s looks a little bit different and that is completely normal (Parenthood, 2021)!

Sexual and Reproductive Anatomy
- Planned Parenthood

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With Pleasure: A View of Whole Sexual Anatomy for Every Body - Scarleteen
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How to Reconnect With Your Body In Spite of the Impact of White Supremacy
- Scarleteen

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Let's Talk About Girldick - Scarleteen
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Sick, Sexy, and Disabled - Scarleteen
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A Foreskin Foray: Questions, Concerns & Clarifications - Scarleteen
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Pussypedia - Scarleteen
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URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS

An infection affecting your urinary system, most commonly seen in individuals who have a vulva. It can be quite uncomfortable as you could experience a burning sensation when and when not peeing. We have provided some content that will help you avoid them and what to do in the case that you have gotten one. 

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
- Planned Parenthood

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URINARY SYSTEM

A system in our bodies that filters blood and creates urine as a waste
by-product, which includes the kidneys, renal pelvis, ureters, bladder and urethra (Hopkins, 2021).

UTERINE FIBROIDS

Growths in the uterus that are normally not dangerous, but can cause a lot of pain, heavy bleeding and infertility. The good news is that there are many different ways to treat and manage the symptoms they may cause (Parenthood, 2021). Here we will discuss: what are they? Who’s at risk? What causes them to grow? What are the symptoms? How do I know if I have them? What are the available treatments?

Uterine Fibroids - Planned Parenthood
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ENDOMETRIOSIS

A common condition where the endometrium begins to grow outside of the uterus rather than on the inside (Parenthood, 2021). It can cause a lot of pain but thankfully can be treated. Read on to find out more!

Endometriosis - Planned Parenthood
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Pelvis Problems: Endometriosis
- Scarleteen

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Endometriosis - Why You Shouldn't Ignore Severe Period Pains - Planned Parenthood
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POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME

Also known as PCOS, it’s a condition that all we know about is that it’s caused by hormone imbalances, high amounts of androgens and insulin. Which can cause the inability to release an egg from the ovaries, leading to irregular periods, ovarian cysts, trouble getting pregnant, etc. (Parenthood, 2021).

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Scarleteen

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PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE

Also known as PID, it sadly is a serious infection caused by untreated STDs causing infertility and chronic pain (Parenthood, 2021). So how do we treat and get tested for PID? The content below will guide you in all you need to know about it!

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
- Planned Parenthood

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ANDROGENS

Hormones that stimulates the development of the male genitalia in the womb and secondary male sex characteristic during puberty. The testicles produce large amounts of it, whereas ovaries produce small amounts. The most common one: testosterone (Parenthood, 2021).

INSULIN

A hormone in our bodies that controls sugar levels in our blood
(Cambridge, 2021).

OVARIES

Two organs that store and release eggs, and also produce hormones such as estrogen, progesterone and testosterone (Parenthood, 2021).

OVARIAN CYSTS

A cellular growth on an ovary that are usually benign (not cancerous), that may cause belly pain or irregular period and may require treatment, but it can also go away on its own (Parenthood, 2021).

Pleasure

Pleasure is an important part of our sexual lifestyles, and we hope that Pillow Talks will provide you with information that shows you how to prioritize it in your sex life and how at the end of the day, becomes a celebration and enjoyment of our bodies. Within this section you can find content on arousal, orgasms, sex toys and desire!

Arousal - Planned Parenthood
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I Feel Good: Pleasure and Fulfillment
- Scarleteen

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Orgasms - Planned Parenthood
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How To Have Your First Orgasm: A Primer for Cisgender Women - Scarleteen
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Sex Toys - Planned Parenthood
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Desire - Planned Parenthood
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CONTRACEPTION

Can sex be safe?
Contraceptive methods or birth control, are used to avoid or reduce the chances of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases
 when participating in sexual activities (Gob, 2021). Here we will give a wide range of examples of different types of contraception that are available to us and how they work. Remember there is not right or wrong and you should discuss with your doctor which method best works for you!

All the Barriers! All the Time! - Scarleteen
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Love the Glove: 10 Reasons to Use Condoms You Might Not Have Heard Yet - Scarleteen Read article here

10 common Myths, Misunderstandings and Big Ol' Lies About Emergency Contraception - Scarleteen
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Birth Control Bingo: Emergency Contraception - Scarleteen
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SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES

Also known as STDs, they are infections spread from one person to another through sexual contact (vaginal, anal and oral sex). They are very common, and many people may not even experience any symptoms at all. Testing and treatment are easily done! However, if they are left untreated, they could lead to serious health issues (Parenthood, 2021). Here, we will provide content on the different types of STDs, how they are transmitted, their possible symptoms and how they can be treated.

HIV-AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections - Argentina Health Ministry
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Sexual health - World Health Organization
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Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Panamerican Health Organization

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Testing, Testing: All About Getting Tested for STIs - Scarleteen
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When, Where, and Why: Telling Your Partner You Have an STI - Scarleteen
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What are STDs? - Planned Parenthood
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What is HIV & AIDS? - Planned Parenthood
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Positively Informed: An HIV/AIDS Roundup
- Scarleteen

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What is Syphilis? - Planned Parenthood
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Gonorrhea - Planned Parenthood
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Chlamydia - Planned Parenthood
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Hepatitis B - Planned Parenthood
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Oral & Genital Herpes
- PLanned Parenthood

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This is About Genital Herpes
- Scarleteen

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Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
- Planned Parenthood

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Genital Warts - Planned Parenthood
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Molluscum Contagiosum
- Planned Parenthood

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Pubic Lice (Crabs) - Planned Parenthood
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Scabies - Planned Parenthood
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Trichomoniasis (Trich)
- Planned Parenthood

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MENSTRUATION & MENOPAUSE

The following page covers the topics of both menstruation and menopause, two processes that individuals with female reproductive systems will experience. You will be able to find information on what both of these processes are, what you could experience and a guidance on how to use different menstrual objects.

Menstruation - Planned Parenthood
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Menopause - Planned Parenthood
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M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period?
- Scarleteen

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On the Rag: A Guide to Menstruation
- Scarleteen

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What Are Menstrual Cups? - Scarleteen
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Eight Myths About Washable Menstrual Pads Dispelled - Scarleteen
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MENSTRUATION

The flow of blood, fluid and tissue out of the uterus and through the vagina, lasting usually between 3 to 7 days. Also known as a period
(Parenthood, 2021).

INFERTILITY

Inability to become or cause a pregnancy, not being able to reproduce (Parenthood, 2021).

SEXUAL AROUSAL

Erotic excitement (Parenthood, 2021).

CONTRACEPTIVE PATCH

A safe and convenient method that works really well if it is used correctly. You can place it on certain parts of your body that releases hormones through your skin to prevent pregnancy and has many other health benefits too! (Parenthood, 2021)

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

SCROTUM

The sac of skin that holds and protects the testicles (balls) and is located behind and underneath the penis (Parenthood, 2021).

DIAPHRAGM

A shallow cup shaped like a small saucer made from soft silicone. You fold it in half and insert it inside the vagina to cover your cervix (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

VAGINA

A stretchy passage connecting the vulva with the cervix and uterus, where menstruation or a baby comes out of the body or where sexual penetration (by a penis, finger, sex toy, etc.) can happen. During menstruation this is where a tampon or menstrual cup is placed (Parenthood, 2021).

CERVIX

The narrow, lower part of the uterus that has a small opening that connects the uterus to the vagina 
(Parenthood, 2021).

COMBINED & MINI PILL

A medicine that contains hormones, that is taken once daily. It is safe, affordable and effective, if taken you always take your pill on time. There are 2 types of pills: the combination pill which is the most common one and contains 2 different hormones, or the mini pill that contain only 1 hormone (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

FALLOPIAN TUBES

Narrow tubes that carry an egg from the ovary to the uterus during ovulation (Parenthood, 2021).

TUBAL LIGATION

Also known as “getting your tubes tied”, is a surgery that permanently closes, cuts or removes pieces of the fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy (Parenthood, 2021)..

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

VASECTOMY

A permanent surgery that cuts or blocks the small tubes in the scrotum, so that sperm do not leave the body and cause pregnancy (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

SPERM

A reproductive cell that combines with an egg to cause a pregnancy and is made in the testes (balls) 
(Parenthood, 2021).

SUBDERMAL IMPLANT

A tiny, thin rod that releases hormones into your body that prevents pregnancy. It is placed inside the arm and lasts for 5 years! (Parenthood, 2021)

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

CERVICAL CAP

A little soft silicone, cup-shaped like a sailor’s hat that is placed deep inside the vagina to cover the cervix (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

DENTAL DAM

A latex or polyurethane sheets used between the mouth and vagina or anus during oral sex (CDC, 2016).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

ANUS

The opening from the rectum (butt) where solid waste (poop) leaves the body (Parenthood, 2021).

SEMEN

Fluid containing sperm that is released from the penis during an orgasm (Parenthood, 2021).

WITHDRAWAL

Also known as the “pull out method” to prevent pregnancy by keeping semen away from the vagina. However, you should not rely on it as the only form of birth control, it works best when another method is used (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

VAGINAL RING

A safe and convenient method that works well if used correctly. It is a small, flexible ring inside the vagina that releases hormones into the body (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

SPERMICIDE GEL

An over-the-counter gel that has chemicals to stop sperm from reaching an egg, it is put inside the vagina before sex.

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

INTERNAL CONDOM

An alternative to regular condoms and pretty much provide the same protection from pregnancy and STDs. Instead, they are placed inside the vagina or anus (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

SPERMICIDE

An over-the-counter gel that has chemicals to stop sperm from reaching an egg, it is put inside the vagina before sex (Parenthood, 2021).

SPONGE

A small, round sponge made of a soft squishy plastic, it is placed deep inside the vagina before sex and covers the cervix. It contains spermicides to help prevent pregnancy and each sponge has a fabric loop attached to it, to be easily removed (Parenthood, 2021).

Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive

Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings

What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of

CONSENT

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Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive



Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive



Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive



Sexuality is about your sexual feelings, thoughts, attractions and behaviours towards other people. You can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive



Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings



What Is Sexual Orientation? Sexual orientation is the emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction that a person feels toward another person. There are several types of