• Having “The Talk” About Consent And STI Testing

    How do you overcome the awkwardness of talking about sex before you even have it?

  • Q&A: Should I Have Anal Sex Without A Condom?

    If you want to have anal sex without a condom, the most important thing is for you and your partner to get tested for STIs.

  • Q&A: I Might Have HPV, But Can’t Get Tested

    Men can't routinely be tested for HPV so you may have gotten it from a past partner and given it to your ex-girlfriend or vice versa.

  • Statistics are People: Humanizing Sexually Transmitted Infections

    Are we forgetting to acknowledge and address the needs of students already living with STIs in our communities?

  • The Other “Talk” – By Guest Blogger Hubert Izienicki (M.A.)

    The Other "Talk." This is a guest blog by Hubert Izienicki (MA), a sociology instructor and doctoral student at Indiana University.

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections Among The Sexually Inactive?

    A new study has found that a sizable number of young adults who tested positive for an STI report being sexually inactive in the past year.

  • Male Circumcision & STI Prevention: A Link?

    More and more attention is focusing on the possibility of male circumcision as a risk reduction tool for HIV/AIDS but the research so far is inconclusive.

  • STD Awareness Month Campaign For April

    April is Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Awareness Month. Find out more info about how to protect yourself from STDs from a variety of trusted sources.

  • STD Fun! WebMD’s New Quiz Tests STD Knowledge

    Everyone knows how to play "Name that Tune", but WebMD has a wonderful variation which lets you name that STD!