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01 Oct 2020... Herpes is a common STI, caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV) and can be passed on by skin-to skin contact during sexual contact. This fact sheet explains what Herpes is, how you can get it, its symptoms, how it is tested and treated, how you can protect yourself and where you can get help.
01 Oct 2014... This translated tip sheet resource provides spiritual leaders with insights on how they can contribute to preventing HIV transmission and address HIV stigma in communities and congregations. It encourages the establishment of stronger partnerships between service providers and faith-based institutions in addressing HIV stigma in high prevalence migrant and refugee communities.
This document in Plain English explains the right that everybody has to have relationships and sex as well as the right to make their own decisions about their body that are free from fear, force or pressure. It explains some of the laws around sex designed to keep everyone safe and how, when, and who to report a problem to.
01 Jun 2022... A translated resource about emergency contraception. If you had sex without contraception, or had problems with your regular method (missed pills, broken condom), emergency contraception can help prevent unplanned pregnancy. This resource explains what types of emergency contraception there are and what they are as well as possible side effects.
01 Oct 2020... Molluscum contagiosum (MC) is a harmless skin infection caused by a virus and can be passed on by skin-to-skin contact. This fact sheet explains what molluscum contagiosum is, how you can get it, its symptoms, how it is tested and treated, how you can protect yourself and where you can get help.
For people who have been sexually assaulted, it is a major experience and they can have many difficulties afterwards. There is no right or wrong way to feel after experiencing a sexual assault. It may take a long time to recover and feel okay again. It is important to look after yourself and to get help if you need it.
This document in Plain English explains that anything a person does, or can learn to do, in order to keep their body safe is called a protective behaviour. These protective behaviours are important to know about when it comes to someone’s body and sexual behaviour. These include knowing your body, recognising behaviours that are O.K. or NOT O.K., such as early warning signs, knowing the difference between safe surprises and unsafe secrets, and knowing how to get help from trusted people and safety teams when feeling worried or unsafe.
10 Sep 2021... Genital warts is a common STI caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and can be passed on by skin-to-skin contact during sex. This fact sheet explains what Genital warts & HPV is, how you can get it, their symptoms, how it is tested and treated, how you can protect yourself and where you can get help.
01 Oct 2020... Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are caused by microorganisms (bacteria) that can cause an infection in the bladder and other parts of the urinary tract (such as the kidneys). This fact sheet explains what urinary tract infections are, how you can get them, their symptoms, how it is tested and treated, how you can protect yourself and where you can get help.
This document in Plain English explains that some types of sex (penis in vagina sex) can make a baby, but that it’s possible to have and enjoy sex without getting pregnant through the use of contraceptives. Contraceptives are medicines or barriers that can help to prevent a pregnancy. It explains the different types available and how a person needs to find the right one for them.
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