The Talk Soon Talk Often series is LIVE
This month we are featuring the topic:
Fundamentals – Sexuality, Self-Esteem & Healthy Relationships (watch time: approx. 11mins)
The Female Condom Bundle Offer!
The Female Condom is an internal condom about 15 centimetres long with rings at both the top and bottom.
The inner ring is enclosed and inserted inside the vagina towards the cervix (similar to inserting a tampon). The muscular walls of the vagina hold this ring in place. The outer ring sits outside the vagina and covers the vulva which prevents the condom from being pushed inside the vagina. The internal condom is latex free and made from polyurethane or nitrile. Another benefit to nitrile is that it can be used with all types of lubricants. Unlike other forms of female contraception, such as the pill, the internal condom offers physical protection against Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) as well as unplanned pregnancies.
If your service already provides male (external) condoms, consider adding Female (internal) Condoms to complement what you currently make available for your clients.
The Female Condom Bundle Offer for your service!
Delivery of 25 internal condoms (more if required) along with an inflatable O-Cube which is designed to demonstrate how the internal condom is used (pictured above) & a ten minute “How To” on Zoom with our Health Promotion Officer Naomi Viret, during business hours Monday-Thursday. We will also give you some Caddyshack Merch.
Please reply to this email if you would like The Bundle!
Indigenous Surfboard Competition 2022
Virtual tour for NAIDOC week – text your entry!
If you would like to enter the competition to win this surfboard text ‘Share Affection Not Infection’ and your postcode to us on 0434 568 233.
You will get a reply confirmation text. Enter as many times as you like.
The winner will be drawn 1st December to acknowledge World AIDS Day.
See previous years surfboard tours here & T&Cs
Zach Bennet Brook from Saltwater Dreamtime is an Indigenous man of Torres Strait Islander heritage & an award winning artist.
Born & growing up in Dharawal Country, Zach has always been surrounded by the water & involved in water-based activities.
From Zach: Design wise I decided to paint a style I call Travelling. The artwork features a number of circular sections which in my work represent groups of people and family. I have connected each of these groups together through thick lines highlighting the travelling aspect and how we are all connected.
With this year’s NAIDOC Week theme being Get Up, Stand Up, Show Up, I thought the artwork I painted plays nicely to this as it highlights the importance of working together and shows unity. Colour wise I decided to go with a super bright and vibrant background in Pinks, Purple and Yellow with a bold Black and White line work design over the coloured background.