Posts tagged with: safe sex

Prevention: types of contraception and protection and where to access them

In the UK, doctors report that, incredibly, they are still seeing people who believe in contraceptive practices such as ‘doing it standing up’ or ‘trying to pull out before he comes’. There is also a dangerous trend of young girls […]

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Why can’t we just talk about sex?

In my previous blog, I wrote about how there is a sexual revolution taking place amongst the over 50s. But this is a silent revolution, still muttered about in harsh tones. If we’re going to smash taboo we need to […]

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Got your results and heading to Uni? Safe sex advice for freshers

It’s that time of year again – when students find out if they have a place at their chosen University. David Woods, Director at Last Taboo partner, Humm Media, explores those first few weeks at University and offer advice to […]

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At it like rabbits – who’s doing it and where to get advice

Each year The Times High Education Supplement (TES) publishes its league tables; benchmarking UK universities against each other on the basis of student satisfaction, employment prospects and, of course, grades. At the same time a separate University league table is […]

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Sun, sex and suspicious partners: Looking after your sexual health on a summer holiday

This year I took my summer holiday in the Spanish city of Barcelona and, in between admiring the Segrada Familia Cathedral, bargain hunting on Las Ramblas whilst sipping cocktails and watching the world go by on the Placa Reial, I […]

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Sex at Festivals: Sun, Sounds and Safer Sex – HIV and the Festivals Season

‘Sun is shining, the weather is sweet, makes you want to move your dancing feet.’ As thousands of revellers across the UK head off to festivals up and down the country, Brigette Bard, CEO of BioSure UK, gives her advice […]

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