Think you can’t get an STI? According to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, STIs are one of the most common infectious diseases in the U.S. Read up on risks and how to protect yourself here.

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Oral sex protection is just as important for as protection for anal or vaginal sex. Here’s how to make it happen without sacrificing sexiness:

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Getting regularly tested for STIs is important for anyone who's sexually active. And these at-home tests can make getting it done easier:

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Your first herpes outbreak can be painful—physically and emotionally. But you're not alone. Check out sexuality educator Remi Newman's first-hand account:

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Finding out you or your partner has an STI is never fun. But getting a diagnosis is important, as are these things you need to know about STIs in 2021.

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Since the majority of sexual encounters occur within six feet of another person, engaging in sex with someone who has the virus can result in you becoming infected.

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Oral sex does not mean safe sex. Here's everything you need to know about oral STIs, the risks associated with oral sex, and your game plan for safer oral play.

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As a proud patriot of the sexual realm, it’s in your best interest to seek protection against HPV. Do yourself and your partners a favour and get vaccinated today!

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Since so many STIs are asymptomatic, it's essential to get tested regularly. Here's why at-home STI testing kits maybe the perfect tool for you to stay safe and healthy.

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There’s really no good reason for casual sex to be fraught with such a stigma. Here's how to hit the road and have safe, casual sex.

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It's important to discuss STI status with each and every partner but the setting of a sex party can make having those discussion a little more difficult.

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STI stigma makes disclosure difficult, but you have to do it anyway.

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A positive diagnosis can invoke shame, fear and concern about what to do. Here's how to handle it.

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