·  BlackDoctor.org

Men: Condoms Aren't Ruining Your Sex Life, It's Your Mindset

In honor of National Condom Month, the NCSH's Tyomi Morgan urges men to change their mindset about condoms by learning about innovations that are now available to make sex with a condom more exciting and pleasurable.

  ·  Refinery29

Just Diagnosed with an STI? Here's How to Deal

There is life after a sexually transmitted infection (STI) diagnosis. Learn more from NCSH member Amber Madison, who wrote the story on behalf of the Coalition.

  ·  Chicago Tribune

Dating with an STI: How to Manage the Conversation

Experts discuss how to have a conversation about STIs with your partner.

  ·  Black Doctor

Let’s Do It Again: How To Date After Divorce

Sexpert Tyomi Morgan interviewed ASSECT certified sex therapist and relationship expert Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry, PhD, MA, LPC, ACST about how to approach dating after divorce and take care of your sexual health at the same time.

  ·  Black Doctor

#BlackSexualHealthMatters: Understanding The Role of PrEP In HIV Prevention

There is a way to prevent the spread of HIV to an uninfected partner along with condom usage thanks to the use of PrEP.

  ·  Black America Web

Get Well Wednesday: Preventive Health Sex Issues

Dr. Yolanda Wimberly discusses the importance of sexual health in the African American community on the Tom Joyner morning show.

  ·  Details

Hookup Apps and the Rise of STDs

The rise of STDs coincides with the growing hookup-app industry.

  ·  Diverse Health

Coalition Urges African-Americans to Be Proactive About Sexual Health

Despite greater access to health insurance, many people of color are still not taking advantage of preventive sexual health services.

  ·  The Baltimore Times

Free, Reduced Cost Sexual Health Services in Baltimore

NCSH and Dr. Arik Marcell, MD, MPH, encourage use of preventive sexual health services among African Americans.

  ·  Black Doctor

HIV/AIDS: 6 Ways To Protect Yourself Beyond Condoms

Did you know that HIV/AIDS is still one of the top 10 killers among African Americans – 5th for men, 7th for women?