Campaign 4 Catholic & Human Development cuts funds... →
The U.S. bishops’ social justice arm has cut funding to a New York-based AIDS charity after the group was discovered to have lied about its adherence to Catholic teaching. The Campaign for Catholic and Human Development announced that it had dissociated with the NYC Aids Housing Network after allegations surfaced that the group distributes condoms.
Harlem HIV Prevention Agency Targets Straight... →
An HIV/AIDS prevention agency in Harlem has launched a new campaign concentrating on a demographic that is not normally targeted: black heterosexual men. Its campaign posters can be seen throughout Central Harlem, East Harlem and the South Bronx, where its other branches are located. The poster, illustrating a brawn, black male standing poised is currently stationed at several bus shelters in the...
Women suffer from premature orgasm, too →
When we hear news about human sexual dysfunction, it often tends to revolve around men. And when female sexual dysfunction does receive attention, it’s often brought up in reference to the difficulty they faceachieving sexual climax. But a new study shows that jumping the orgasmic gun is likely a problem that is faced by women and men alike—even if we don’t always hear about it.
1 in 3 women suffer post sex blues →
Post-sex blues is not a sexual behaviour commonly discussed, but a Queensland University of Technology (QUT) study of more than 200 young women has found one in three (32.9 per cent) had experienced the phenomenon at some point.
CDC panel says boys should get HPV vaccine, too →
Five years ago, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended that all girls and young women be vaccinated against the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted virus that is a key cause of cervical cancer. Members of a CDC advisory panel have now voted unanimously that boys and young men should also get the vaccine.
Test your sex knowledge: by WebMD →
This is a great way to test your knowledge of the full sexual experience.
Test your sex knowledge: by WebMD →
A great way to test what you know about all aspects of the sexual experience
Bristol-Myers, Gilead work on new combo HIV pill →
Drugmaker Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. will develop a once-a-day pill to treat the HIV virus that combines its popular Reyataz with an experimental drug from Gilead Sciences Inc., the companies said Wednesday.
Kaiser Permanente Recognizes Organizations for... →
Kaiser Permanente has awarded its 2011 HIV/AIDS Diversity Awards for outstanding HIV/AIDS prevention and care to three organizations: Christie’s Place, San Diego; Shanti, San Francisco; and Metro TeenAIDS, Washington, D.C. The awards will be presented on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at Kaiser Permanente’s 34th annual National Diversity Conference.
UN Invites young people to create its HIV/AIDS... →
Young people will be able to create and shape the new United Nations strategy on youth and HIV/AIDS through an online collaborative project launched today, which will use several social media platforms to facilitate the development of new policies to combat the pandemic.
New York City School Officials Under Fire for Sex... →
A parents group in New York City believes a new sex education initiative in the city’s schools is too racy for their kids. The NYC Parents’ Choice Coalition also want the schools to place a greater emphasis on teaching abstinence.
Georgia Woman Accused of Stealing 26 Boxes of... →
An accused Georgia shoplifter sent a mixed message about motherhood with her stolen swag. Alexandrea Brooks slipped inside a Walgreens in Marietta, Ga., and swiped a test to show when she was ovulating - along with 26 boxes of condoms, police said
How Parents Are Falling Short With the ‘Sex Talk’ →
Have you ever noticed how clearly most people ― parents and children alike ― remember their first conversations about sexuality? One of my favorites involves a toddler pondering his anatomy as he wakes up for pre-school and sheds his pajamas. “Mom,” he asks, “does your penis always stand up in the morning?”
Good article: How do I ask my partner to go for a... →
When my partner and I separated, I re-entered the dating scene after 25 years and signed up to a couple of websites. I clicked with one man, who admitted to many conquests in the past five years.
Can a faster condom help prevent HIV? →
Can’t wait to get it on? Meet Pronto, a condom that claims to go from package to shaft within three seconds. Pronto is the work of South African inventor Willem van Renburg, who sought to develop a barrier method that didn’t “kill the mood” with all that awkward fumbling. Seeing that South Africa is home to the world’s highest population of HIV-positive people, the...
Chicago Gearing up for Largest AIDS Conference - b... →
Chicago is gearing up to host the country’s largest AIDS conference, bound for the city on Nov. 10. The U.S. Conference on AIDS (USCA) will make its first appearance in the city as it celebrates its 15th year running.
Expats from Europe and Africa Complain that... →
SOME expatriates from Europe and Africa complained to Shanghai Daily that they are always embarrassed about “ill-fitting” condoms in the city as almost all of them are designed to a standard Asian size, which may not fit them.
Do men fake orgasms too? →
I went to bed in real life with a man I had slept with at least a dozen times in my dreams. It was a Friday night. Late. We listened to Sade on the car ride back to his East Harlem condo.
Study: Condoms Locked Up in Prince George's County →
An advocacy group founded in 2006 to promote access to protection against STDs has revived a countywide campaign calling for CVS stores to display condoms in unlocked displays.
Would Frederick Douglass Approve of condoms in... →
The Rochester school board held a parent forum on student health issues last week at East High. It was one of several public meetings the board has held, and developing a condom availability program for city schools has been a major topic of discussion at most of them.
b condoms panel discussion with Jim Jones and... →
Checkout our panel discussion at Banneker Academy with Jim Jones and Melyssa Ford
STD diagnosis rates up in Greenwich Village, NY... →
Sexually transmitted disease diagnosis rates have risen among Greenwich Village women in recent years, according to analysis of the latest available city Health Department data.
Study: 80% of US teen boys use condoms during... →
A surprising 80 percent of teenage boys are using condoms the first time they have sex, a government survey finds. But another promising trend — fewer teenagers having sex — has leveled off.
Condoms in "extra small" for boys age 12 set for... →
Extra small condoms for boys as young as 12 could soon be on the shelves. The condoms are likely to end up on sale in Britain, said their manufacturer Lamprecht AG. The Hotshot condoms are going on sale in Switzerland after research found that not enough 12 to 14-year-old boys were having protected sex.
Permanently dismal economy could prompt men to... →
Grim economic times could cause men to seek more sexual partners, giving them more chances to reproduce, according to research by Omri Gillath, a social psychology professor at the University of Kansas.
In sickness and in health... ♥
smileyriley1995: This deserves a million reblogs. This is beautiful. Young Love.. In sickness & in health.