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Are you aware of the DOs & DON’Ts of using male #condoms? Check out this resource to get the maximum benefit. http://www.ashasexualhealth.org/sexual-health/all-about-condoms
Condoms can protect against sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy. Learn the dos and don'ts of correct condom use.
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February is National Condom Month. Check out Condomology for latest facts and info about #condoms. http://www.factsaboutcondoms.com
[CONDOMOLOGY, a collection of fact-based information in simple, easy-to-understand language]. Condomology, in its simplest form, is the study of condoms. OUR GOAL IS ALSO SIMPLE: to ensure that people have fact-based information in clear, understandable speak that we can all use and share.
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Not sure when and how to talk with your kids about #sex and #sexuality? @PP can help! http://ow.ly/XvWsL
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Interesting. Anyone (women or otherwise) from these states care to share their thoughts? http://www.alternet.org/news-amp-politics/10-most-dangerous-places-be-woman-america?page=0%2C0
From Texas to North Dakota, lawmakers are threatening the lives of women across the United States.
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You can make #condoms hot, and 4 other things our friends at @bedsider think everyone should know: http://www.thestdproject.com/sti-prevention-5-things-you-should-know-about-condoms
A guest post from Bedsider about safer sex and STI prevention with condoms - everything you should know about using condoms and how they can prevent STIs.
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Parental monitoring can help protect teens from risky sexual behaviors, like having sex too early. Get more info: http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/protective/pdf/parental_monitoring_factsheet.pdf
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Teens have questions about #sex. Parents, do you have answers? Check out these resources: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/parents/resources-for-parents
Whether you're just starting the discussion or helping your sexually active teen, we have plenty of tools to keep you in the know.
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Don’t leave it to the schools. Many don’t teach teens about STIs, condoms & birth control. Parents, it’s up to you to teach #safersex.
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Parents: Talking about #healthy #sexuality can help protect your children from sexual violence. Follow this guide: http://www.nsvrc.org/sites/default/files/SAAM_2012_Child-development.pdf
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A comprehensive measure and state-by-state ranking of sexual health in the United States
Introduction
Sexual Health Rankings™ is a research and advocacy project led by Variance, LLC in partnership with the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health. The goals of the project are to: 1) construct a composite indicator to measure and rate the sexual health of the United States population by state; 2) identify research needs and contribute to the development of population-based measures and indicators of sexual health; and 3) engage a broad group of stakeholders -- including public health professionals, clinicians, policy makers, and the general public -- in improving sexual health.