“Safer sex” means making sex safer: safer from sexually transmitted infections(STIs), safer from unplanned pregnancy and safer from violence. It means taking control, having self-respect and respect for partners.
Sex is a normal and healthy part of our lives.
Today,there are many types of infections that are spread through sex. These infections are called sexually transmitted infections or STIs. Some are easily cured. Some infections have no cure. There are many kinds of STIs, and they can badly affect your health. You should know about STIs because they can affect your ability to have children later in life. Some can also cause cancer. AIDS is fatal. In Canada, the highest rates and increases in STIs are in young people ages 15 to 24.
If you are having sex, or thinking about having sex, you need to know how to avoid STIs.
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