Many youth engage in sexual activity, but maybe not as many as you think.
- 8 out of 10 youth ages 15-18 have had sex.
- 3 out of 10 youth ages 15-18 have had sex in the past 3 months.
What types of sex can spread sexually transmitted infections? (Choose all that apply)
- Oral Sex
- Vaginal Sex
- Anal Sex
If you get an STI once, you cannot get that same STI again.
It is possible to get pregnant if: (Choose all that apply)
- It is your first time to have sex
- You have sex while on your period
- You have sex standing up
- You have sex in the water
- You have sex without a condom
- You have sex with a condom
You can always tell if someone has an STD/HIV.
When using a condom for sex, you should: (Choose all that apply)
- Use only one condom at a time
- Use more than one condom at a time
- Use an oil-based lubricant (Like Vaseline)
- Use a water-based lubricant (Like KY)
The most likely reason for condom failure is that the condom was made wrong by the factory.
What are the correct steps for using a condom?
Step 1: the expiration date to make sure it has not expired.
Step 2: the package for an air bubble.
Step 3: the condom to the side of the package.
Step 4: the package away from the condom.
Step 5: the tip of the condom securely.
Step 6: the base of the penis.
Step 7: the condom at the base of the penis before withdrawing.
Step 8: the condom in the trash; do not reuse.
When people talk about pregnancy and STI prevention, abstinence and condoms are often the first things that come to mind.
- Abstinence is the only 100% effective method to prevent STI transmission and pregnancy.
- Both condoms and abstinence are the only 100% effective methods to prevent STI transmission and pregnancy.
Which of the following can protect you from STI's? (Choose all that apply)
- Internal Condom
- External Condom
- Birth Control
It it possible to get cancer from STI's.
If you are being treated for an STI and you do not finish the medication, what will happen?
- The germ will grow stronger than the medication
- The STI will go away on its own
- You will need more medication
- The STI will come back like before
It is possible to get HIV from needles used for tattoos and piercings.
What fluids can transmit HIV from one person to another?
- Saliva (Spit)
- Breast Milk
- Urine (Pee)
- Semen (Cum)
- Vaginal Fluid
- Feces (Poop)
STI's are present every in all 50 states. Let's see how well you know your facts.
- 1 in 2 sexually active people will get an STI by age 25.
- Every year, 1 in 4 sexually active youth ages 13-24 will get STI.
- Of those living with HIV, 1 in 10 do not know that they have HIV.
Can you correctly identify which STI's are curable and which are incurable?
Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)Incurable