The Condom Availability Program at Georgia Tech provides the campus community with availability and access to a variety of condoms, lubricants, and contraceptives to help improve your sexual health. The purpose of this program is to empower Georgia Tech students to make healthy decisions regarding protection if they choose to be sexually active. At the Department of Health Initiatives, we are committed to providing students with the tools and resources they need to make healthy decisions concerning their sexual health.
Male or female condoms are effective against pregnancy and STI transmission. Condoms are most effective when used properly and consistently someone has sex. Barrier methods (i.e., condoms and dental dams) can be used to protect against STIs for oral sex. Condoms can also be used to protect against STIs when engaging in vaginal and anal sex. Condoms and other safer sex supplies (i.e., dental dams and lubricant) are available for free from Health Initiatives.
Georgia Tech is committed to providing students with safer sex supplies to encourage safe sex practices. If you want to learn more about how to be sexually healthy, click here.
It is important that if you decide to have sex that you and your partner openly communicate your needs, wants, and boundaries. A healthy relationship is important when engaging in sexual behaviors, to learn more about healthy relationships, click here.
If you decide to engage in sexual activity, make sure to properly and consistently use protection. It is important that you and your partner consistently get tested for HIV and STIs. To learn more about HIV testing on Georgia’s Tech campus, click here.