Want something sexual and healthy to offer a new partner?

MONTREAL, Feb. 14, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - Looking for a gift for your new lover?! You can show how much you care about your new interest by switching it up this Valentine's Day.

Roses are red 
Violets are blue
HPV can cause cancer, so here's a vaccine for you

This virus can lead to genital warts and HPV-related cancers, but the good news is the HPV vaccine has no age limit and is for adults too. What better way to show you care than to get your partner the vaccine.

Roses are red 
Violets are blue
I don't want to get an STI from you

Getting stuck with someone else's sexually transmitted infection(s) when you don't even know yet if you want their phone number would really suck! So before you get naked, go together and get tested! 

Roses are red 
Violets are blue
We use a condom, or I won't do you

You don't want to end up with an instant family all because you forgot that your sexy Valentine's Day present should at least include a condom. Don't be selfish and don't be ignorant, you can have great sex with a condom.

Sex is not like in the movies, where things happen without preparation or consequences. In real life, healthy relationships consist of good communication, which includes HPV Vaccination, and STI/pregnancy prevention in place. So this Valentine's Day, instead of buying cheap chocolates and overpriced roses, invest differently in your relationships, future you will thank you and your partner will too!

About HPV Awareness

Partnered with the SOGC and The Society of Gynecologic Oncology of Canada (SGOC), HPV Awareness is a national, bilingual, registered charity, the only one of its kind in Canada raising awareness of HPV, primarily through our education programs and on-line tools, which includes our www.ourway.ca platform. Since 2006, we have provided HPV information throughout our Canadian school systems to students of all ages, their parents, and school faculty. There is a huge need for impartial, age-appropriate, simple and precise sexual health education in schools and homes. We work nationally to educate providers, parents and young people, by improving adherence to existing HPV vaccination programs.

 

SOURCE HPV Awareness Corporation

For further information: Teresa Norris, info@hpvawareness.org, tel: 514-214-6469

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