Keep yourself safe, healthy and sexy.

Sexually transmissible infections (STIs) are common and on the rise in Australia. But they don't have to be.

Have a confident and healthy sex life by using condoms, getting tested regularly, and having good knowledge about sexual health and consent. 


What does COVID-19 mean for sex?

COVID-19 spreads through close contact and as sex is the very definition of close contact, learn how you can protect yourself while still getting frisky.
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signs & symptoms

What is an STI?

A sexually transmissible infection (STI) is an infection that you get from someone else through any form of sexual activity, including vaginal, anal and oral sex, and sharing sex toys.
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how to talk about it

Unsure how to ask the question?

It can be awkward when bringing up 'down there' with someone, so we've developed some STIcebreakers to help start to conversation.
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What can I expect when getting tested?

Sexual health checks might be awkward and embarrassing, but just remember that GPs and healthcare professionals do this every day.
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