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Implants and IUDs are two methods of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) that are increasingly popular among college students. Find out if this type of birth control is the right choice for you.
Experts answers students’ questions about STIs.
A health educator offers advice on what to do if you're feeling pressure to be sexually active.
These cartoon strips put consent in our everyday lives into perspective.
A transgender person shares their story about why gender isn’t binary (e.g., boy/girl), and how you can be a supportive ally.
Understanding the connection between alcohol and sexual assault can help us foster stronger, more respectful communities.
Students share what they like (and don't) about these common contraceptives.
Studies of sexual assault consistently show a higher rate of victimization of people with disabilities compared to nondisabled people. The good news? You can get involved.
Is campus safety improving in terms of sexual assault? How can you talk to your partner about sex in a healthy, nonjudgmental way? Our sexual literacy experts answer these and other important questions.
Learn the risks, etiquette, and damage-limitation strategies of sexting.
When it comes to sexual encounters, we should strive not just for consent but enthusiastic consent. Learn the difference and why it's worth holding out.
—Cris M.*, Georgia Gwinnett CollegeI get a lot of questions about the pullout method, also known as coitus interruptus or the withdrawal method. It’s the third most commonly used form of birth control among...
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