PEP is for HIV-negative people who have potentially been exposed to HIV. PEP is a short course of HIV medication, that if taken within 72 hours of exposure to HIV, can significantly reduce the chance of getting HIV.
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You can apply water-based and/or silicone-based lubricant to yourself before you go into the session with a client. Latex condoms can have a drying effect so it is important to always use lubricant, and if you are new to sex work, apply more than you think you will need.
You can talk to your local sexual health clinic about PEP, and refer to the HIV & AIDS page for more information. If the condom
Internal condoms, sometimes referred to as “female condoms” or Femidoms, work just like a regular condoms, but are worn internally.
Dams are rectangular sheets of latex that are super thin and can often be flavoured. They are used for vaginal,
PrEP is the use of antiretroviral drugs by HIV-negative people to greatly reduce the risk of getting HIV upon exposure.
In some states and territories, the use of prophylactics (condoms, dams and sometimes gloves) for oral, full service and other
There has been a high level of misinformation and hysteria about people living with HIV doing sex work. Other sex