Latest Safe sex Stories
Gay young men in serious relationships are six times more likely to have unprotected sex than those who hook up with casual partners, according to new Northwestern Medicine research.
If a gay or bisexual man seeks sex or dating online, the type of partner or relationship he wants is a good indicator of whether he'll engage in safe sex, a new study suggests.
RED BANK, N.J., May 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Known for getting close to consumers with product innovations focused on making sex better, the makers of LifeStyles CondomsÂ® ("LifeStyles") are now getting even closer by discovering the hidden habits and desires of sexually active individuals through the LifeStyles Condoms Sexual Satisfaction Survey.
Young black men who have sex with men (MSM) get infected with HIV nearly five times more often than MSM from other races, even though they don't have more unprotected sex.
New research is shedding light on why young black males who have sex with males have among the highest rates of HIV infection in the United States, even though their reported use of condoms is similar to males of other racial and ethnic backgrounds.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia and LOS ANGELES, April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing the powerful, untapped women's market in sexual health products, London Drugs is taking the lead by offering award-winning JUST IN CASE the first fashion-centric compact that bridges beauty and sexual heath in their Health/Wellness department.
A number of American men who have sex with men are supportive of couples-based voluntary HIV counseling and testing (CVCT), in which couples receive counseling and their HIV test results together.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AIDES, the first AIDS-prevention nonprofit organization in France, and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners (GSP) announced today the launch of their latest campaign, "Protect Yourself." The campaign consists of print, out-of-home and an online video. A new, original campaign for AIDES This new effort started with a simple insight: in society, using condoms is less taboo than it used to be; but in moments of sexual intimacy, talking about protection...
HOUSTON, March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Female Health Company (FHC) (Nasdaq: FHCO) is teaming up with state and local health departments and local community-based organizations to provide Houston women with access to the FC2 Female CondomÂ®, the only female-initiated method to prevent both sexually transmitted infections (including HIV/AIDS) and unintended pregnancy that is approved by the U.S.
Microbicides can be used to protect against HIV, and other sexually transmitted diseases, either on their own or with the added protection of a condom.
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