“Do I feel comfortable talking about sex and contraception?’
Sex can be a big step, and everyone experiences it differently.
However, it is important that you feel safe and comfortable talking about sex, sexual health and contraception. Being prepared is smart. It shows you have respect for partner/s and yourself.
The series highlighted some of the most important pillars of safe sex, including:
· Protection – every time you engage in sexual activity.
· Making an informed choice
· Avoiding having sex under the influence of alcohol and drugs
· Regular Check-ups and testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
“Great session! Coming from a conservative country, I have always been shy to talk about sex and contraception. I learned lots of new things today and feel much more comfortable talking about sexual health. Loved the scenario-based activities the most!.”
Multicultural Community Action Network (M-CAN)
We support community members and groups to lead their own health promotion activities & resource development to improve their health literacy and increase the health and wellbeing of their communities.
M-CAN brings together members of refugee & migrant communities to help like-minded people work towards improving the sexual health of their own communities.