Sometimes it seems like everyone is 'doing it' but only YOU can answer the question: Is this the right time for me?
Why should I talk to my partner about sex? - there are lots of things you both need to talk about, such as are we ready?
In UK you have to be 16 or older to have homosexual (gay) or heterosexual (straight) sex. Forcing someone to have sex is a crime.
No information will be passed on to anyone like your parents, teachers, GP/family doctor or social worker without your knowlege.
If you're in a relationship with a partner who makes you feel unhappy or frightened you don’t have to put up with it!
Fantasy sex, fantasy bodies? Most people don't look like people in porn films, perfect teeth, perfect skin, big breasts and big penises.
‘Sexting’ is where people share naked or partially naked pictures or videos by mobile phones, webcams and social networking sites.
Good or bad relationships
Grooming is when someone builds an online relationship with a child or young person and tricks or forces them to do something sexual.
Implants are small, flexible rods are put under the skin of the upper arm to protect against pregnancy for up to three years.
You may be able to get a Pregnancy Test FREE of charge from your GP. Free pregnancy tests are also available at the ASC service and Integrated Sexual Health Service
Find out more about the contraceptive injection and where to get it from
Coils, what are they and where can you get them fitted
A Condom will protect you from a pregnancy and most Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) find out where to get FREE condoms
The Pill - 99% effective in stopping pregnancy, that means 99 out of 100 people using the pill will not get pregnant.
When you have sex, both of you are responsible for protecting yourselves against pregnancy and STIs.
If you have had unprotected sex or you forgot to take a pill, go to as ASC chemist to get a free morning after pill as soon as possible to stop a pregnancy
If you have had sex without using contraception you can stop youreslf becoming pregnant by taking the morning-after pill.
ASC Pharmacies * - Free Pregnacy Testing and Morning After Pill
You can make an appointment online or you can go to a drop-in clinic (which means you can just turn up).
Answering important common Frequently Asked Questions about HIV and the treatment available and the implications
Genital Herpes is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV).
Genital warts are small fleshy growths and bumps that appear on or around the genital or anal area.
One of the most common Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in the UK. In 2012, 206,912 people tested positive for chlamydia in UK.
A Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) caused by bacteria called gonococcus. If not treated can lead to serious health problems.
Syphilis is a bacterial infection, the number of people with syphilis has risen in the UK in the past decade.
HIV with early diagnosis and treatment, most people with HIV will NOT develop AIDS. Full information, support and treatment available
Sex toys can pass on Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and blood-borne infections (infections passed on through the blood).
Free HIV testing in seven pharmacies in Coventry - results in 60 seconds. Have a free fingerprick HIV test ...
Puberty is the change from childhood to adulthood. It can be a scary time when your body starts to change and develop from being a boy to man or girl to a woman.
Period pain is usually felt as muscle cramps in your lower tummy, which can sometimes spread to your back and thighs.
The human penis is an external male intromittent organ that additionally serves as the urinal duct.
The vagina is a sex organ that is part of the female genital tract and allows for sexual intercourse and childbirth.
If you're having sex, you can get pregnant, even if you are using contraception.
You can do most pregnancy tests on a sample of urine from the first day of a missed period.
If young children ask questions like, 'Where do I come from?' It's important that you tell them the truth - learn how to
An eLearning Training Course to support you having difficult conversations ...
While we think that this could never happen to our child, the truth is that teenage relationships are often abusive.
‘Sexting’ is where people share indecent (naked) pictures or videos through mobile phones, webcams and social network sites.
Grooming is befriending a child/young person and sometimes the family, to encourage the child/young person to trust them.
A person under 18 is sexually exploited when they are pressured into sexual activities by one or more person(s) who use their youth and inexperience to force them to have sexual activity.
Children and young people can watch porn very easily via the internet either by accident through website popups and misleading links
A series of lessons on relationships and sex have been provided to secondary and primary schools in Coventry.
The 'ASC' service provides FREE emergency contraception (Morning after Pill) and pregnancy testing to women aged 13 to 24 in many chemists across the Coventry.
British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) is the UK's leading abortion care service.
Brook provides free, confidential sexual health and wellbeing advice and support to under 25s. Clinical services include: contraception, testing and treatment for STIs, pregnancy testing and advice around pregnancy options, and counselling.
The C-Card offers FREE condoms and Chlamydia screening for 13-25 year olds living in Coventry
You can contact ChildLine about anything. No problem is too big or too small. Whatever your worry it's better out than in. There are several different ways you can get in touch with us.
CRASAC provides a range of free services to child and adult victims of sexual violence and abuse to support and enable them to cope with and recover from the impacts of trauma.
What we do
We provide a named school nurse in each school in Coventry, to help children and young people (from school entry to 19 years old) to take responsibility for their own health and to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
A leading national charity providing help and support to anyone caring for children – parents, grandparents, step-parents, relatives – for families living together as well as apart.
Contraception, pregenancy testing, the morning after pill and STI advice and treatment through appointments - telephone and online and drop ins. Full information on session opening times available.
Details of the Relationship and Sex Education currently delivered in schools signed up to the Core Package - Lesson Plans and sample materials available.
Coventry Positive Choices Young Person's Service is a free and confidential young person's integrated risk taking service service for young people from the age of 5, their families, carers and affected others.
Prism is Coventry’s LGBTQ+ Youth Group, offering a free weekly social group for LGBTQ+ young people from Coventry and the surrounding areas aged between 13 and 21.
The Blue Sky Centre is a brand-new, purpose-designed Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) situated in a discreet location at George Eliot Hospital, Nuneaton.
Advice and support on sexual health and HIV issues. Specialist services for Africans, gay, lesbian and bisexual communities, female, male and trans sexworkers ...
The Think You Know website provides parents with a range of tools to support their family to stay safe online and to report abuse click here to access the site.