It’s SHAG Week here at the University so all week we’re talking about sex! A good understanding of sexual health and safety starts with knowing the facts, so let’s get down to brass balls…I mean tacks with fifty facts all about sex.
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Sex isn’t taboo and it’s important to be able to have a healthy discussion about sex so that you can develop healthy relationships and behaviours. Sexual Health And Guidance (SHAG) Week is held annually across the Newcastle City Precinct, Callaghan and Ourimbah campuses and is all about promoting healthy sexual health habits and education around consent and respect. In the spirit of SHAG Week, here are … Continue reading Saying goodbye to STIs