Talking to Your Kids About STDs & Safer Sex

Safer Sex

Reader Submitted Question: I’m a 37-year-old nurse, and yesterday, I was diagnosed with herpes. I thought I had a pimple that just wouldn’t go away, but my practitioner started me on treatment yesterday. Long story short, I led a very active sex life when I was a teen. I don’t want my 12-year-old daughter to […]

Petition to Stop Twitter from Censoring Ads about Safer Sex

Twitter Banning Safer Sex Ads

This week, one of our supporters, Lucky Bloke, launched a campaign to petition Twitter’s ban on sexual health ads, and they need your help! We also need your help, because this affects The STD Project as well. —–> Sign the Petition to Stop Twitter from Banning Sexual Health Content Here <—–  Twitter has lumped ads […]

Making Safer Sex Fun – STD Prevention

Safer Sex

This guest post was written by one of our contributors, Sexual Health Educator, Natasha Albury, MPH. So you want to be careful and safer in your romantic life by incorporating safer sex, or maybe to continue what you’ve been doing, but are worried about losing out on the fun, pleasure, and excitement of the whole sexual […]

We’re Launching a New Site Design for The STD Project!

New Design for The STD Project

If you’re seeing this post, you’ve either come to The STD Project on the day of or on some day following our big unveil. So, welcome! After a little over a year and a half since our initial launch, we’ve received some incredible feedback, and we’re ready to invest in the next step. With the […]

Safer Sex: Are Condoms the Man’s Responsibility?!

Safer Sex

A-HEM! (Prepare yourself: safer sex rant to follow…) Having heard a lot (a-hem, too much) of this lately, there’s one sexual health myth needing my immediate attention. Some folks, and, by some, I mean those who are in heterosexual relationships, in particular, believe it is the man’s responsibility to buy condoms or bring them along […]

Safer Sex Myths – STD Prevention – Happy Hump Day Podcasts

STD Prevention

It’s STD Awareness Month – Every Month! Well, not really, but we think it should be! During STD Awareness Month, this past April, we began doing research on all of the myths surrounding STDs. What we originally thought would last through the month has blossomed into a much larger series, because there were so many […]

Safer Sex: 5 Things You Should Know about Condoms

Condoms

This guest post was written by Liz Sabatiuk, Social Media Manager for Bedsider. We think it’s safe to say that good sexual decision-making (safer sex) – not to mention good sex – goes hand in hand with good communication and trust. That’s why we are so on board with The STD Project’s vision to ‘achieve modern-day STD […]