Conversations about STIs and sexual health between parents and their offspring are traditionally difficult. But is there an easier way? We ask young people for some ideas.
Young people offer suggestions as to why so many of us find it hard to discuss anything to do with sexual health.
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Parents are one of the main sources of information in our lives. But do they tell us as much as they could about issues like STIs and sexual health? We ask and get some answers.
Young people relate their experiences of peer pressure and what you could do if you experience it.
We ask whether consent can be given if you’re drunk or high.
Young people tell us the effects alcohol and drugs can have on sex.
Personal stories about having a condom break or slip off – Sivaan