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Whether it’s your first time, or your hundred-and-first, sex should be something that you enjoy and can have safely. If you are thinking about having sex, then it is important that you are ready, can enjoy it, and can take responsibility for it. It is also important to make sure that you get contraceptive advice to protect yourself from unplanned pregnancy and STIs.

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WHAT IS SEX?
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    Oral sex

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    Anal sex

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    Orgasms

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    Sex toys and aids

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    Important things to know about porn

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    Porn and the Law

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Info & Advice

Consent

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    Sex and consent

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    How to give and get consent

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    Consent myths and facts

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    Consent and sex in long-term relationships

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    Sexting and sending nudes

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Sex for the first time

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When you decide to have sex for the first time, there’s no right or wrong way to do it. The most important thing is for you to feel comfortable and do what makes you feel good. At Brook, when we talk about sex, we are usually talking about all forms of sexual contact between two or more people.

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    Having sex for the first time

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    Deciding to have sex

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    I’m 15, can I have sex?

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    What is ‘virginity’?

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General information and advice

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    Having great sex (safely!)

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    Painful sex

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    Erections and staying hard

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    Premature ejaculation

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    Talking about sex

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    Sexting and sending nudes

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    Important things to know about porn

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    Porn and the Law

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    Pornography and relationships

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    Masturbation

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    Do I have an STI?

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Real stories
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    Porn: Fiona’s story

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    Porn: Daniel’s story

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    Pain during sex: Fran’s story

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    Masturbation and body disassociation: Zoi’s Story

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    Masturbation: Charlotte’s story

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    Masturbation: Demi’s Story

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    Masturbation: Demi’s Story (a year on)

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    Porn: Rachel’s story

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    Sexting: Rachel’s Story

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    Masturbation: Rachel’s Story

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    Sexuality as a neurodiverse person: Sian’s story

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    How Brook helped me: Cassie’s story

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    ADHD and Navigating Sex and Relationships

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