Often it is emphasized how someone who has HIV needs to disclose their status to someone before they have sex (and in some locations could face legal concerns if they don’t). However, sometimes someone will want to share about their status with friends, family, etc. for a variety of reasons. It could be that someone… Continue reading HIV Disclosure–How to Respond When Someone Shares Their Status With You
We are pleased to announce that on Saturday, August 6th, we are partnering with AM Trading Co. to hold a trivia event! The questions will cover sexuality, sexual health, comic-books, and ways in which those subjects relate! People can come alone or bring a team as well. The event will take place at 4005 Utah… Continue reading Sex and Superheroes Trivia Happening Soon!
In the previous post about sex positivity it is mentioned how consent is key. What is consent though, and why is it so important? Consent is all about communication. By talking with your partner and making sure they are okay with what you are doing, you are making sure you both have given consent. Note… Continue reading Consent is Key
Quite often when discussing sex and sexual health the topics can feel like they have an air of negativity. We will hear things like, “Use condoms or else you could get a Sexually-Transmitted Infection,” or witness people criticizing others for simply enjoying having sex–“You slept with him/her? Why?” Sex Positivity is a concept that aims… Continue reading The Importance of Sex Positivity