NCSH Quarterly Social Media Campaign: May - July

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This is the most recent NCSH quarterly social media campaign, which includes sample sexual health content that you can use and/or adapt for your digital and social media channels. The campaign contains two parts:

Part 1: Our theme for this campaign is COVID-19 and Sexual Health. It includes content related to transmission, prevention, partners, relationships, sexual health services, and abuse.

Part 2: This features sample tweets in support of key health observances, holidays, and other cultural milestones that will be taking place over the next three months.

The key observances for this quarter include: 

  • #TalkingIsPower Month (May)
  • National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month (May)
  • Hepatitis Awareness Month (May)
  • Mother’s Day (May 10)
  • National Women’s Health Week (May 10 - May 16)
  • National Women’s Checkup Day (May 11)
  • HIV Vaccine Awareness Day (May 18)
  • Men’s Health Month (June)
  • HIV Long-Term Survivors Day (June 5)
  • Men’s Health Week (June 10- June 16)
  • Father’s Day (June 21)
  • National HIV Testing Day (June 27)
  • Independence Day (July 4)
  • World Hepatitis Day (July 28)
  • National Orgasm Day (July 31)
Here’s a sample of what you can find in the full campaign:
 
  • Take care with kissing in the age of #COVID19. DYK that you can easily share COVID-19 if you or your partner(s) are infected? The virus has been found in both saliva and mucus. https://bit.ly/3fwsbm0
  • Are you or your partner wondering if it’s safe to get frisky during #COVID19? This @NCSH_ factsheet has questions to help you and your partner assess your risk before getting intimate. https://bit.ly/3bePD3Q
  • Single during #COVID19? You’re in luck! You’re already in a relationship with your safest sex partner—YOU! 😉 @Cosmopolitan has some tips for women on how to get down solo: https://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/advice/a1602/solo-sex/
  • Living apart from your partner during #COVID19? It's best not to get physical. But If you do, you can reduce your risk by avoiding kissing, avoiding rimming, and using condoms or dams during oral & anal sex. https://bit.ly/3bePD3Q
  • STIs still matter, even during #COVID19:
    • If you have STI symptoms, seek care right away.
    • If you are being treated for an STI, complete meds & care w/ your provider.
    • If you are living w/ HIV or on PrEP, talk with your provider about safely accessing meds, screening, & services.
  • Is your partner driving you crazy? US TOO. No matter how much you love them, being with a partner 24/7 can be stressful. @NCSH_ has some relationship tips to help: https://www.fiveactionsteps.org/4
  • If you’re in an abusive relationship, being on lock-down with your abuser(s) can be even more challenging. This is also true if your family mistreats you because of your sexual orientation or gender identity. For support, you can live chat with @ndvh: https://bit.ly/2SkO1ix
  • Sexual health isn’t just physical— it can also be emotional, and our relationships can play a big role. For #MensHealthMonth, take some time to learn what a healthy relationship looks like: https://www.fiveactionsteps.org/4
  • Happy (and hopefully satisfying!) #NationalOrgasmDay to all! Whether you’re giving yourself an orgasm or getting one thanks to a partner, here are 11 things to know about the “Big O”: https://www.everydayhealth.com/sexual-health-pictures/wow-worthy-orgasm-facts.aspx

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