PEP is a set of 3 medications you can take if you have recently been exposed to HIV to lower your risk of getting it. This post covers things like how PEP works, and how you can get the medication.
PrEP is a pill that you take every day that can lower your risk of getting HIV. This post covers things like how PrEP works, and how you can get the medication.
Public Health Agency of Canada recently released an Update on Sexually Transmitted Infection in Canada, 2016. We’ve pulled out some of the data as it relates to teens in Canada!
When it comes to sex and sexual health, how do we feel about risk? What are things we can do to reduce risk of things we don’t want to happen? For the first post in our What Is Risk series we’re talking about STI risk!
For the second post in our “What To Expect” series, we’re going over some of the basics of what it’s like to go to an appointment for STI testing.
Sex negativity can make it hard to shake off the stress and worry of pregnancy or STIs after getting negative test results or reassuring information. So how do we try to be more sex positive in these situations? Let’s find out!
We get a lot of questions about precum. A LOT. This post addresses some of the stuff that comes up in our faqs about precum, including pregnancy, STIs, and what the heck it’s even for!
What do you do when you get a positive STI test *after* a break up? How do you tell your fresh new ex? Here are some tips!
Do STIs affect your period?
If you don’t want to ask your partner if they have an STI (e.g. one night stand), what is the worst that can happen?