The World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) is launching its a seventh annual World Sexual Health Day observance on September 4th, and the theme for this year’s observation is Eliminating Sexual Health Myths. Throughout September ASHA will offer expanded sexual health resources that include fact sheets, interviews, questions and answers from our panel of experts, and perspectives on sexual health from a diverse group of voices in the field.
Support Sexual Health on Facebook
Show your support for sexual health awareness by using a custom logo for your profile pic on Facebook for the month. Just download one of the images below (right click and save the image) and follow the instructions here for updating your Facebook profile picture.
Sexual Health Myths and Facts
There’s lots of misinformation out there about sex, sexual health and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Maybe you’ve heard something you are unsure about (like, can you really get an STI from a toilet seat?) Get the straight story about STIs, condoms, sex and sexuality and more on our myths and facts page.
Myths and Facts about Erectile Dysfunction
Think erectile dysfunction (ED) only happens to older men? Think again and get the facts in ASHA’s video.
Oral Sex and STIs
There’s a great deal of misinformation about oral sex and the risk of contracting STIs. We’ll sort the fact from the fiction and give you the info you need.
Sex After 50? Yes!
We’re living -and staying active- longer. That means we’re having sex well into our Golden Years! That’s a good thing but of course there are some challenges to sex as we age. ASHA’s guide to sex after 50 clues you in to what you need to know to remain sexually healthy, active, and satisfied across the lifespan.