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What season is it? Cuffing Season!

It may not feel like fall in in some areas, so how do we know it's cuffing season? Pumpkin spice lattes are back. People are talking about their Halloween costumes. Football season is in full swing. A... Read More

What to do when a friend comes out to you

Last week we celebrated National Coming Out Day, an opportunity to celebrate people who have come out or are thinking of coming out as LGBTQ+. Maybe someone you know used this day as an opportunity to... Read More

Let’s Talk!

October is “Let’s Talk Month” -- a month that encourages parents and caregivers to talk with the teens in their lives about sexual health. But did you know that teens can also start the conversation t... Read More

BE A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP ADVOCATE!

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month – read more below about how you can identify the signs of an unhealthy relationship and/or abuse, and how you can be an advocate to make sure your... Read More

On World Contraception Day, Know Your Options!

Almost all (99%) of women between the ages of 15-44 who have ever had sex have used at least one birth control methods. Birth control, sometimes called contraception, is not always about preventing pr... Read More

What does it mean to ask for consent?

 “Yes means yes” when it comes to consent -- but what does consent really mean?California law says that consent is when someone says yes with their own free will. That means they must be acting f... Read More

Tips for visiting a clinic!

It doesn’t matter what age you are, you have a right to high-quality sexual and reproductive health care.2 Ways to Find a Clinic Near YouTeenSource makes it easy to find a clinic near you! You can che... Read More

What is PrEP and PEP?

Maybe you’ve seen a commercial for PrEP. Maybe you’ve never heard of it at all. No matter what, TeenSource is here to give you a little more info.What is HIV?HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a vi... Read More

Get the HPV Vaccine!

HPV, or the Human Papillomavirus is the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the United States.  There are over 150 strains of HPV -- some go away on their own, others can cause geni... Read More