No Shame No Secrets: Sexual Health and Wellbeing Campaign
Welcome to our No Shame No Secrets – Sexual Health and Wellbeing Campaign, where we look at many different elements of keeping yourself sexually healthy and safe. You’ll find links to all our campaign blogs here, and follow our social media channels to watch some fun videos.
WARNING: Due to the nature of the subject, some of the content in this campaign may not be suitable for some of our younger readers.
- The Itchy Guide to STIs and Testing
- Digital Intimacy: Keeping Yourself Safe When Sexting
- Respecting Boundaries: Understanding Consent
- From Teen To Parent: A Guide To Teenage Pregnancy
- Breaking the Silence of Sexual Abuse and Violence
- The Ins and Outs of Porn: What You Need To Know
- Contraception Unraveled: A Guide To Your Choices
- Exploring Different Ways to Be Intimate with Others
- Overcoming Body Insecurities When Being Intimate
- Staying Safe Using Dating Apps
Check out our social media channels to see some fun and informative videos.
Talk to Meic
You might find that you have further questions after reading these blogs or have come across something that worries you. That’s ok. Talk to a trusted adult or talk to us free and confidentially here at Meic.
Meic is the information, advice and advocacy helpline for children and young people across Wales. Contact Meic if you need to talk to someone about anything worrying or upsetting you.The service is open from 8am-midnight every day, and you can contact them by phone, text, or online chat.
Further information and support
- Sexual Health Clinics – NHS Wales– information about making appointments, how it works, what happens, and getting your results.
- Sexual Health Wales – information on STIs, contraception and testing
- Brook– a charity offering support for sexual health and wellbeing
- Live Fear Free – Helpline providing help and advice about violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
- Report Remove– a tool to help young people under 18 to report sexual images and videos of themselves and get them removed from the internet
- CEOP – report online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online
- Childline – Sex and Relationships pages