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Sexual Health Week


One common misconception about sexual health is that it means being physically healthy or having regular STI tests. But sexual health is a lot more than safer sex, preventing infection and unwanted pregnancy.

Sexual health is about open communication, confidence in making informed choices, acceptance of our differences and a healthy understanding of sexuality and relationships. It's about life, love, relationships and the freedom of sexual expression. 

Sexual health is all about Safety,Pleasure and Respect.

 Sexual Health Week Activities 2019 

Test Your Knowledge

  • Take our Online Quiz to test your sexual health knowledge - Coming Soon!

Get Involved

  • Take a Pledge for your Sexual Health - Coming Soon!

Freebies & Resources

  • Order FREE Sexual Health Week safer sex packs (condom and lubrication sachet). Let us know the quantity you require (max 100) and your postal address - or 9482 0000. 
  • Downloadable resources - Coming Soon! 
    Resources also available from the Department of Health. To order, please contact Joanna Collins -


Other Useful Sexual Health Resources 

The Line - Sex articles  Tune In Not Out  Sex, Worth Talking About  HealthDirect                             AVERT Department of Health 
Get The Facts     Love - Good, Bad, Ugly     Freedom Centre    Family Planning NSW    BraveHearts     Marie Stopes Australia 
Sexual Health Quarters Sexual Assault Resource Centre Could I Have It? Sex Etc. Play Safe  Play Safe   SHINE SA

WA Sexual Health Week is proudly supported by:

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"Safety Pleasure Respect" has been used with the permission of Shine SA

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To minimise the impact and further transmission of HIV, other blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections. To reduce social, legal and policy barriers which prevent access to health information and effective support and prevention services.