Preventing HIV, STIs goes both ways

Sexually Transmitted Infections are more common than ever before and they can have lasting health impacts but the good news is that you can protect them, and If you’re headed to a club anytime soon, you might need this information from the Right Here Right Now Uganda tweetchat

In the past, people thought to talk about condoms was too embarrassing which isn’t true and it’s great to see more young people stepping up and getting information as a way to take control of their health and their futures

When talking about sex and condoms with a partner, you’re not making a confession; you spreading love and you haven’t done anything wrong! You’re letting them know you care about your lives

Don’t forget that there’s a pretty good chance that the person you’re talking to already has STi, HIV (even if they don’t know it!). Anyone who’s had unprotected sex could have one.

If you did not get the gift on 14th, forget Valentine’s Day. Right here Right now Uganda had a better gift for you and spent the whole day online teaching the masses about the benefits of condoms and why one should have it without any shame. Because the team cares about everyone, they shared the reasons we should love condoms and the team talked about all things and oh, know you’re curious but here you go!

Starting the decade with such accurate information from experienced people is the way to go.

Some surprising fast about condoms

Regular use of a condom with someone you not sure of about his/her status is an important part of healthy and confident sex life

Have fun with your loved ones!

Frank Byaruhanga is a human rights activist with years of experience in community dialogues, digital communication, advocacy and digital campaigns. He specializes in Media Relation Work, Management and Training with sufficient knowledge in Governance, Accountability, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, Youth-led research, Content developer, Creative Activism, Social Media Management and documentary photography.

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