College Students & Sexual Health
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"I’m in love." "You’re sexy." "Get your annual pap smear." "Do you have a condom?"
"What’s an STI?" "The big O." "I need ECP ASAP!"
It’s important to take care of your sexual health just as you would any other part of you. If you are sexually active (or thinking about it)…be informed! Find out how much you really know about contraception, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), intimacy, orgasm, healthy relationships, HIV, yeast infections, abstinence, gynecological exams, masturbation…
Start by visiting the General Sexual Health Information area of our web site. These pages contain information on contraceptive options, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), men's health, and more. The Reproductive Health Center, a service provided through Livingston County, offers basic sexual health services to both men and women on the Geneseo campus.
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Sexual Assault - Focus on Education (S.A.F.E.)--This section of our web site offers information, education, referrals, and resources for all types of sexual violence on the SUNY Geneseo campus.
Go Ask Alice--Another excellent question and answer site from Columbia University's Health Promotion Program; addresses topics such as sexual health, relationships, and sexuality.
SmarterSex.org--Created by BACCHUS and GAMMA and designed to be an exciting, one-of-a-kind sexual health web site for college students. Topics addressed include Safe & Smart Sex, HIV & AIDS, STDs & Infections, Date Rape, Abstinence, Contraception, and Healthy Relationships.
Planned Parenthood--Follow the links on this page for a list of Planned Parenthood's Health Centers or for information about specific topics such as birth control, pregnancy, emergency contraception, abortion, sexually transmitted infections, and women's health.
The Center for Young Women's Health-- This page offers specialized information about the sexual health needs of women, including a review of contraception options, guidelines for lesbian sexual health, and details about sexually transmitted diseases and infections.
For more information on rape/sexual assault, visit the Counseling Services page on Common Mental Health Issues.