Safer Sex Tips
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) can be passed on by contact with body fluids such as semen, vaginal fluids and blood. Some STIs can be passed on by unprotected genital contact and oral sex. Fingers, hands or sharing sex toys can also pass on certain STIs.
STIs can be a worry – but the good news is that you can reduce your risk by:
- Using condoms
- Limiting the number of partners you have – the more partners you have, the greater your chance of coming into contact with an infected person.
- Talking to your partner(s) about STIs and practicing safer: