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Visit the IUP Health Service website for more information.
Remember, it’s always your choice if you will or will not be sexually active.
No one should ever force you or try to persuade you to engage in sexual activity against your will.
For more information about sexual assault, visit the Haven Project website.
A partner who is reluctant to practice safer sex may try to convince you to engage in risky sexual behavior (i.e. Safer sex supplies won’t do you any good if they aren’t available when you need them.
By doing so, we hope to reinforce Humber’s commitment to student safety and promote a campus culture in which there is ZERO tolerance for sexual and gender-based violence.
If you have experienced sexual assault or any other form of sexual misconduct, have received a disclosure of sexual misconduct, witnessed sexual misconduct or are supporting someone who has experienced sexual misconduct, you can seek individualized information, advice and assistance through the Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office.
Sexual assault affects everyone, and to show this presence in campus shows that this university cares about the well-being of their students, staff, and faculty, and wishes to seek change.
Your safer sex toolbox may include: Remember, practicing safer sex EVERY time you engage in sexual activity can reduce your risk of HIV, STIs, and unplanned pregnancy!
Sources: Love Is Respect, Planned Parenthood, Women's Health, CDC, Mayo Clinic Disclaimer: This site is a resource for IUP students.