How can I practice safe sex?

Muncie OUTreach, as part of our mission, regularly conducts safe-sex workshops, offers free STI and HIV testing, and offers free contraception/protection. Still, you may have questions you want to research on your own. The following resources are reliable places to start:

Tabú Sex and bodies can be awkward. Relationships, hookups, situationships: there’s a lot to navigate. You can count on tabú to keep it honest, keep it real, and always keep it relevant. No question or conversation is too tabú.

sex, etc. is a great resource for LGBTQ sexual health questions. It is geared towards teens and has information on safe sex, sexuality, and disease prevention.

Scarleteen is sex ed for the real world. Inclusive, comprehensive, and smart sexuality information and help for teens and 20s.

National LGBT Health Education Center collects LGBTQ health resources and learning tools.

Sexplanations is a Youtube channel featuring info about sex. The host, Dr. Lindsey Doe shares her experiences teaching, counseling, coaching, and having sex herself to inspire curiosity. New videos are published every Wednesday.

O.School helps people build sexual confidence through medically-accurate videos, articles and live streams.

Real Talk is a mobile app that uses real stories by real teens to convey relevant and credible information about the issues that teens go through growing up. Stories cover topics including healthy relationships, bullying, and online safety.

Planned Parenthood has resources about Sexual Orientation and Gender as well as Sex and Relationships on their website.

AMAZE offers fun, animated videos that give you all the answers you actually want to know about sex, your body and relationships. They release new videos every other Thursday.

I Wanna Know is a site of the American Sexual Health Association. It offers information on sexual health for teens and young adults.


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