Sexual Health

Trojan 2016 Sexual Health Report Card, University of Georgia ranks number 1
This annual ranking was published October 11, 2016. Click the image for more information.

Healthy sexuality means making informed decisions that are consistent with your personal beliefs and values. Achieving a sense of comfort and fulfillment in your sexuality and participating or refusing to participate in sexual behaviors is also integral to maintaining sexual health.

We invite you to explore the information on this page which provides answers to many common questions about sexual health; however, it is not comprehensive. If you have additional questions that you would like answered, please contact Katy Janousek, Sexual Health Coordinator, Health Promotion Department, at 706-542-8690, or Katy is happy to answer anonymous phone calls, emails, or schedule appointments to sit down and chat in her office.

Sexual Decision Making

Consent is Sexy

Coerced / Unwanted Sexual Experiences

Men’s Sexual Health

Women’s Sexual Health

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning


Unplanned Pregnancy

Sexually Transmitted Infections

Sexual Health Links

What is an IUD? Safer Oral Sex Request a Program Get Vaccinated! Join the war against HPV Safer Sex Ambassadors Men's Health LGBT info Nexplanon birth control Update Your BC@UHC
Project Condom 2016

Condom Express