Safety is a big part of sexual health and you have the right to have healthy sexual relationships where you feel safe, your partner/s feel safe and everyone's physical, emotional and mental health is taken into account and looked after.
Here are some articles about safety and sexual health:
- Being with someone who makes youfeel safe
- Seeking regular sexual health check-ups
- Safe sex and preventing STIs and unwanted pregnancy
- Safety to express and explore your sexuality on your terms
And remember: If it doesn't feel safe, don't do it. You alway have the right to say no.
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"Safety Pleasure Respect" has been used with the permission of Shine SA