Safe Sex Campaign

Introduction

Sexual health is important because it enables people to take charge of their reproductive health, and their emotional well-being surrounding their intimate relationships.

See a variety of advice and information regarding sexual health below to make sure you're safe.

Request Contraception Below

Being mature, respectful and safe when it comes to anything regarding sex is the best way to go.

You can even sign up to our service to receive a tailored contraception pack by scrolling further down.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Am I ready for sex?

A: A large majority of young individuals feel pressured by friends or partners to have sex before being 100% ready. If you're not completely ready for sex it can be extremely disappointing and damaging to both your sexual, physical and mental health.

On the positive side, if both partners are ready, consenting & they feel comfortable and safe it can be a pleasurable and exhilarating experience for both. 3 out of 4 sexual active young individuals regret their first time having sex so unless you feel comfortable, safe and understand the risks of sex with our without contraception you may not really be ready for sex.

Q: What should I know or ask my partner before having sex?

A: There are an endless amount of questions you should ask yourself and your partner before having sex. Some questions can be about boundaries, contraception & protection. It's also best to find out if your partner has or has had any STI's/STD's.

Questions to ask:
What are we both comfortable trying?
Is there anything you've previously done and would like to try again?
Is there anything you are not comfortable trying and would like to avoid?
What turns you on and gives you the most pleasure?
Do you feel comfortable saying no?
How/what can we communicate to each other if one of us want's to stop?
What would we do if the contraception fails or the condom breaks?
Are we in a state to give our consent?

Q: What if sex isn't for me but I want to show my partner I love them?

A: Relationships aren't always sexualised and it's not a requirement to have sex in order to have a good and romantic relationship. There are many other ways of showing your partner that you love and care for them which doesn't involve any sexual activity at all.

Q: What do I do if I feel unsafe with my partner?

A: If you’re feeling unsafe in your relationship, pressured or coerced to do things you don’t necessarily want to do, it is worth talking to a responsible adult, and thinking about whether it is worth staying in it.

Request Contraception & Sanitary Products

Our Safe Sex Scheme has been put together to ensure that young people are able to have protected sex by offering a service to young individuals to request and receive contraceptive products.

We are currently only able to offer condoms & lubrication that can be requested by filing out the form, or by emailing [email protected] with your name, address and which contraceptive products you require.

We hope to offer a larger range of products for all genders, you can help support this scheme by donating to us via the 'Donate' button at the top of the page or contact us to find out how else you can support the scheme.

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