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There are both male and female condoms. If used correctly every time, they can reduce (though not eliminate) the risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), protect against other diseases that may be transmitted through sex like Zika and Ebola and prevent pregnancy.
This interactive birth control explorer is a place to learn about all your birth control options. Search by hormone free, most effective and sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention.
Emergency contraception is a way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. Often called the morning-after pill, emergency contraception pills (ECPs) are hormone pills that women can take after having sex. Emergency Contraception is now available without a prescription for women and men of all ages.
A Brochure by and for Transgender Youth. Find out information about being transgender and how to communicate your thoughts, feelings and needs.
Do you know how to identify if you have an STI? Curious about prevention, testing and treatments. Learn more as you are not alone. More than half of the nation’s STI’s are experienced by young people ages 15-24. Learn how to protect yourself from STIs.
Explore Sexual Health Resources
MySistahs is a website for and by women of color related to sexual health information.
Lyric is a resource guide and website that addresses the needs of LGBTQ youth from all over the world.
Gender is one of those things everyone thinks they understand, but don’t. Discover gender identify, gender expression, attraction and biological sex.
Laci Green offers online sex education videos as a young professional video-blogger, public sex educator, and feminist activist.
Sex, etc. is a website by teens and for teens on your sexual rights, sex myths and ways to take action to protect your sexual health rights.
Did you Know?
Contraceptive deserts are defined as a county where the number of public clinics is not enough to meet the needs of the county’s population, with at least 1 clinic to every 1,000 women in need of publicly funded contraception. In Crow Wing County, it is estimated that there are over 3,100 in need of publicly funded contraception. Explore the map.