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Videos available from UNT Libraries
Pros & condoms
Looks at sexually active college students and their attitudes on condom use. Somewhat dated.
The lost children of Rockdale County
In 1996, a syphilis outbreak struck teenagers in the prosperous community of Conyers, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. When epidemiologists interviewed the victims, they were shocked by what they heard: 14-year-old children told of scores of sexual partners, all-night orgies and sex parties. This program uncovers the roots of the Conyers epidemic and reveals a community struggling with teenage drug use, sex and cynicism.
Subjectified: nine young women talk about sex
Through nine in-depth interviews about sex and sexuality, this documentary lets women do the talking, trading easy answers and stereotypes for brutal honesty. The stories may sound familiar: young moms, abstinent Christians, lesbians, survivors of assaults and STD's"
Other resources available from UNT Libraries
American Sexual Health Association
ASHA is America's authority for sexual health information. We are an award-winning and trusted 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has advocated on behalf of those at risk for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) since 1914.
The official gateway to the online Planned Parenthood community and to a wealth of reproductive health and rights information, services, and resources.
Created with the special needs of college students in mind.
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS)
A recognized leader in the field of sexuality and sexuality education, publishing numerous books, journals, and resources for professionals, parents, and the public.
American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association
For anyone who is interested in receiving the latest in scientific information about STDs and in supporting the organization’s goal of STD prevention and control. Individuals who engage in STD-related research, STD program management and the clinical management of persons with or at risk for STD comprise the majority of our membership.
Johns Hopkins Center for Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Research, Prevention and Training
The mission of the Johns Hopkins Center for Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Research, Prevention and Training is to help prevent and control STDs and associated diseases by: fostering collaborative interdisciplinary research, educating and training clinicians and scientists, and providing leadership in the implementation of public health initiatives.