Weâve all heard it before â sex with condoms isnât as good as sex without condoms.However, a new study by ASHA board member Dr. Debby Herbenick and other researchers from Indiana Universityâs Center for Sexual Health Promotion shows that condomsâ bad rap might be unwarranted.
Last week, âUncle Poodleâ (Lee Thompson) from the TLC show âHere Comes Honey Boo Booâ revealed that he was diagnosed with HIV. By sharing his story, Lee hopes to use his reality TV fame to combat bullying in schools and to advocate safe sex. While itâs refreshing to see a star from a silly show about toddler beauty pageants focus on such a serious (and worthwhile) subject, perhaps one of the most interesting details about Thompsonâs revelation is that he decided to press charges against his ex-boyfriend, who infected him.
Cervical Health Awareness Month is observed in January of each year. Formerly known as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, the name was updated a few years ago to recognize women diagnosed with non-cancerous cervical diseases that still require follow-up and, in some cases, treatment.
ASHA is pleased to be the newest member of the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS), an international outfit that focuses on the promotion of sexual health across the lifespan.
Recently, 74-year-old icon Jane Fonda stirred up the imagination of her ardent admirers as she admitted in an interview that she ânever had such a fulfilling sex lifeâ as she has now. Looking through the hourglass of time, this statement by the twice Academy award winning American actress challenges established myths and demolishes preconceived notions about indulgence in sex by seniors.