ASHA offers videos on a range of topics, from STIs to cervical cancer to condoms and more. Our video content is best viewed on our new online video channel, sexualhealthtv.org.
What does a sexually healthy nation look like? In this new video produced as part of our centennial celebration, a range of individuals, from experts in the field to people on the street, try to answer that question, exploring how our views toward sex and sexuality have changed over the past century.
Talking to Your Partner about ED
Erectile dysfunction, or ED, ED isn’t just a man’s problem—his partner is affected as well. ED can cause a man to withdraw from sex and his partner. A female partner may blame herself, thinking that she is no longer desirable. She may also blame her partner and suspect infidelity as the cause behind his ED. A lack of communication can be destructive for couples dealing with ED. For men in relationships dealing with ED, talking with a partner is an essential part of managing the condition.
Protegernos a Nosotras Mismas y a Nuestras Familias del Cáncer Cervical
Latinas have the highest rates of cervical cancer of all groups of women in the US. This video fotonovela shares the facts about HPV and cervical cancer prevention,from HPV testing to vaccines, through the story of two friends, Sara and Lucia. The fotonovela is also available as a print download in both English and Spanish: Protecting Ourselves and Our Families from Cervical Cancer/Protegernos a Nosotras Mismas y a Nuestras Familias del Cáncer Cervical.
Right on Time
When it comes to your health, don’t put off important preventive care—like getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), like chlamydia. There are nearly 20 million new STI cases each year, nearly half of those in young people ages 15-24. The only way you know if you have an STI is to get tested. Don’t put it off.