Safe Sex Packs for Aboriginal Communities - OUT OF STOCK
OUT OF STOCK
These safe sex packs are designed especially for Aboriginal people to encourage safer sexual behaviours to prevent sexually transmissible infection and unplanned pregnancy.
one lube sachet
step-by-step directions on how to correctly use a condom, and
All this comes packaged in a slim cardboard pack which easily slips into a pocket or wallet and there are two colour designs to choose from.
The cover artworks, created by Western Sydney Aboriginal artist Ms Vicki Thom, uses the images of two hands in traditional Aboriginal colours to reflect the concept of shared responsibility and working together to maintain safer and healthy sexual relationships.
Available free of charge for organisations from Family Planning NSW. Suitable for: NSW, Australia only. Quantity limits apply.
Other FPNSW resources which may interest you:
Safe Sex Packs for young people
Hey Sister! Hey Brother! - Contraceptive Booklet
For other Aboriginal community friendly services, please contact the state health promotion team.
This information is applicable for: Aboriginal Communities; Doctors; Men; Nurses; People with a disability; Same-sex attracted; Teachers; Women; Young people
Subject: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal People; Adolescence; Adult Education; Adults; Behaviour; Boys; Clinics; Communicable Diseases; Community Groups; Community Health Aides; Condoms; Condoms, Male; Contraception; Contraceptive Agents; Contraceptive Agents, Male; Culture; Disease; Education; Family Planning; HIV; Health; Health Care Professionals; Health Education; Health Promotion; Health Services; Lubrication; Non-English Speaking Background; Nurses; Nursing Education; Patient Education; Patients; Population Control; Pregnancy; Pregnancy in Adolescence; Puberty; Public Health; Reproduction; Resources; Risk Behaviour; Safe Sex; Schools; Sex Behaviour (includes anal and oral sex); Sex Education; Sexual Behaviour; Sexual Health; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Bacterial; Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Viral
Keyword(s): Contraception; STIs/STDs (Sexually Transmissible Infections); Sexual Health