How to Use a Condom 101
Using a condom is easier than it looks, but the first few times, it can be tricky, especially if you're nervous about knowing how to use one, or have never even opened one before. It's important to know how to use condoms like a pro, to assure that they work to help prevent unwantedpregnancy, sexually transmitted infections or both, and because you want them to feel as good as possible for both partners. No matter what your gender is, or what your partner’s gender is, if one of you has a penis (or you both use a toy), knowing how to use a condom properly can make you safer and can make a big difference in your relationship. Click Here to learn more on using a condom (courtesy of Scarleteen.com)
Other Condom Links and Resources
- Matthew Rush and Brent Corrigan show you how to use a condom- NOT 'SAFER' FOR WORK
- Buy condoms on Amazon | Buy Lube online from Extreme Restraints
- Get condoms online for FREE!
- Free Female condoms may be ordered online here.
- Love the Glove: 10 Reasons to Use Condoms You Might Not Have Heard Yet
- CondomFinder.org- Find Free condoms and lube many places in Denver, Including HeyDenver!
Finding a LBTQIA Friendly Health Care Provider
The Healthcare Guild is a not-for-profit grassroots organization of licensed mental and medical healthcare professionals as well as students-in-training. Click on the link to FIND A MEDICAL HEALTHCARE PROVIDER, or to FIND A PSYCHOTHERAPIST, or to view LGBTQIA RESOURCES specific to Denver. You can also click these same links along the top of any page.Denver’s chapter of the Healthcare Guild, a not-for-profit grassroots organization of licensed mental and medical healthcare professionals as well as students-in-training. Click on the link to find a medical healthcare provider, psychotherapist, and other LGBTQIA resources specific to Denver.
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The open enrollment period for 2015 health insurance coverage is November 15, 2014 to February 15, 2015.
The Center and Colorado AIDS Project have partnered as an Assistance Site with Free and Confidential Assistance from our Certified Health Coverage Guides
Come in to The Center in Denver or Colorado AIDS Project offices in Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, or Grand Junction to set up an appointment and learn about your comprehensive and affordable health insurance options. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-951-5218 to schedule a one-on-one appointment.
Did you know that private insurance plans sold in Colorado can no longer consider being transgender as a pre-existing condition or deny services to transgender citizens that are offered to cisgender citizens? Learn more about Health Insurance for Transgender Coloradans.