SoSAFE! launches new resource. Talk Touch Triangle Box Set

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A new tool to help promote Social Safety.

SoSAFE! provides parents, carers, teachers, counsellors and other professionals with simple visual tools to enhance the training of social, socio-sexual and social safety skills. The explicit, rule-based format allows the learner to respond to situations, including intimate relationships, without having to make discretionary decisions, in response to their feelings or ‘early warning signs’.

Is it normal to get sore or have pain after sex?’

Written by Associate Professor | Melissa Kang on . Posted in News & Updates

Sex should nover hurt!

Hi! I only recently have gotten a boyfriend and have started having regular sex. After 2 or more days, it starts to get a bit sore down there. Is that normal? I just assumed it was pain from friction, but I don’t know if that’s right and I’ve never sought help because it’s a bit embarrassing!
Sandra, 17, in Sydney

To start with, sex shouldn’t hurt, and if it does, a good tip is to say “stop”, no matter what! The aftermath of sex also shouldn’t hurt – whether it’s two minutes, two hours or two days later....

Syphilis is making a come-back — it's not looking pretty

Written by Professor Justine R. Smith on . Posted in News & Updates

Syphilis, a sexually transmissible infectious disease that has plagued humankind for centuries.

It's currently making a come-back and causing some unusual health problems, including vision loss. Today, syphilis is diagnosed rapidly by a simple blood test, and easily treated with an inexpensive antibiotic...

February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Written by Professor Justine R. Smith on . Posted in News & Updates

It’s time for women living with ovarian cancer to have their voices heard and their experiences known.

It’s time for funding to increase and survival rates to improve. It’s time for all Australians to ovary-act in support of our women and families.

National Condom Day 14 February 2019

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National Condom Day is an Australia state-wide event and takes place on the 14 February 'Valentine’s Day' each year.

It's is a day where we are reminded that condoms are still the best way to stop the transmission of STI's and HIV, and also prevent unplanned pregnancy.

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