Have a Question About HIV and STDs? Ask Us!
Do you have a "burning" question? Are you "itching" for an answer? Are you suffering from "rash" anxiety? Is last week's night of lust now "bugging" you?
Talking about our sexual health can be uncomfortable -- often because we're shy about asking the questions in the first place, and maybe for good reason: We fear judgment from our doctors, inaccurate advice from our friends, and vague information from books and other resources.
So what's a boy to do when he has questions and nowhere else to turn?
Answer: Ask us!
Send us your sexual health questions, and our educated pool of sexperts will do their best to answer as many of them as they can. Keep in mind -- no question is too simple ("What exactly is an STD?"), too embarrassing ("Can I get an infection in my mouth from licking my partner's toes?"), or too frank ("Can using crystal meth lead to HIV infection?").
Our aim is to give you clear advice without the judgment, so you can be safe, keep your partner (or partners) safe, get treatment for an infection you might have been exposed to, and keep risk to a minimum going forward.
So what are you waiting for? Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or post them in the comments field below.
And always remember, when it comes to your sexual health: The only stupid question is the question you don't ask.