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Site Menu expand. Safer sex includes STI screening, consent and communication, and the use of contraception. Safer sex can result in more intimacy with a partner, better communication between partners, and better sex! Getting screened and tested for STIs is important because it helps maintain a healthier you and prevents long term complications. Every person is different and therefore may prefer a different kind of contraception. The most common types include condoms and birth control pills.
Other types of birth control include. Ask your provider about which birth control option is the best for you. Some important questions to think about regarding your choice of birth control may include:. Sex can be a part of a healthy relationship, but just because you may have a partner, you or your partner may not want to have sex. Before initiating sex, it is important to get consent!
Consent is a verbal affirmation and agreement to engage in sexual activities with someone else that you are comfortable with. It is important to communicate with your sexual partner about the types of sexual activities you are both comfortable engaging in. Consent is clear, on-going, and willingly given. Consent is NOT when someone feels pressured, forced, persuaded, or guilty to have sex with another person. If someone is intoxicated, they cannot legally give consent.
If someone is unconscious, blacked out, or asleep, they cannot give consent. Asking for consent may seem awkward or make you nervous, but here are a few examples of how you could ask someone for consent:. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, there are several resources on campus to help you. There are many resources available at MSU! There are also many resources available in the Bozeman community.
OHA also provides students with information regarding sexual health, bulletin boards to Resident Advisors, and referrals to other resources! Hours: During a regular academic semester, their hours are Monday — Friday: a. Services: Free and confidential support for survivors, partners, friends, and family of people affected by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.
Advocates are available 24 hours a day to assist with reporting, referrals, academic concerns, protective orders, and medical advocacy. You can always remain anonymous. Hours walk-in : 10 am — 4 pm during the regular academic semester. Other appointments can be made as needed. Services: HAVEN offers support and services for those affected by domestic abuse and violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
They provide emergency shelter, crisis intervention, on-going support, referrals, and education. Why should I get screened for STIs? Can I get tested for free? What types of contraception should I use? Some important questions to think about regarding your choice of birth control may include: How much does this method cost? What are the potential side effects?
What are the health risks? How well does this method prevent pregnancy? Will using this method help my partner and I reduce the change of acquiring or transmitting a STI? Will I or my partner remember to use it very time? Consent Sex can be a part of a healthy relationship, but just because you may have a partner, you or your partner may not want to have sex. What does it mean to have consent? Alcohol and Consent If someone is intoxicated, they cannot legally give consent.
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