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UR Decision short listed for UK Sexual Health Award!
21 January 2015
‘Ur Decision’, a sister site to Respect Yourself , has been nominated for Young People’s Sexual Health Service/Project of the Year at the Brook UK Sexual Health Awards. The project has been recognised for its fresh approach to helping young people consider all the options when faced with difficult choices, …

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The Wanted want you to Respect Yourself
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Warwickshire VOX member Debbie Horton, from Atherstone gets her favourite band the Wanted to endorse Respect Yourself – Warwickshire’s Sexual Health Campaign.

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Am I Ready?

Learning about relationships and sex is a normal part of growing up and having a sexual relationship is a healthy activity.

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Accepting that you are gay can be a very scary experience especially when you are a teenager.

Being Dumped

Splitting up is never easy but it is always harder for those who are left behind.

Breaking up

Relationships go through highs and lows and your feelings can change over time.

Contraception

Contraception (when used properly) should stop pregnancy.

Word of the Day

‘Gender Queer’

is generally someone who doesn’t neatly fit into the blue box labelled ‘boys’ or the pink box labelled ‘girls’. People who identify themselves as gender queer believe that the gender binary (girls/boys) doesn’t really exist and is instead socially constructed.

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