Be Sexy. Be Safe.

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin's new video series brings you sexuality advice from a trusted expert.

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Be Sexy. Be Safe.

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin's new video series brings you sexuality advice from a trusted expert.

Expert Advice

Questions about sexuality? Mia has the answers. In our new “Be Sexy. Be Safe” series, she tackles a variety of sexuality topics in her comfortable, head-on approach.

Mia, as Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin’s Community Outreach Coordinator, is happily working on a culture where sexuality is discussed openly, honestly, and respectfully. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Marlboro College in Marlboro, VT and has over twelve years of experience working with adults and youth.

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STDs

Mia covers the basics of sexually transmitted diseases. How are they passed? How can you protect yourself? How can you get tested?

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Bi? New Partner? Safety First.

Girl with feelings for someone new? Pregnancy may not always be a concern, but safety is. Learn how to protect yourself and your partner from STDs.

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Is Gonorrhea Ever Gone?

Nervous about being with a partner who once had an STD? Some STDs are completely curable — get the facts.

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Chlamydia

Chlamydia is a common STD, but do you know the signs? Do you know how to prevent it, and what to do if you get it? Mia has the answers you need.

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Pregnancy

In this video, Mia goes through the basics of pregnancy—what happens in your body when a pregnancy occurs, and how can you get a safe, reliable pregnancy test?

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Birth Control and Weight ­Gain

Looking into birth control, but afraid of potential side effects? Get the facts to help you decide which method is right for you.

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Condoms & Dams

The tools of safer sex only work when used properly. Learn how to protect yourself with male and female condoms, as well as dams.

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Birth Control

With so many types of birth control, sometimes you need expert advice to help you choose which is right for you.

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What's Normal?

It's perfectly normal to wonder if you're normal. And the good news is you probably are. Want to know more? In this video, Mia explains exactly what to look for when you want to know whether your own parts are indeed normal.

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