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Sexual health is a broad concept that varies greatly among cultures, subcultures, and individuals within those groups.

These pages were made in collaboration with HealthWorks peer educators and various Student Affairs units. Student Affairs strives to provide quality, compassionate resources to students as they navigate their personal health, sexual identity, gender identity, and sexual behavior. We encourage students to speak openly to our health care providers and other professional staff about their sexual health concerns. Respect for diversity is expected by all Penn State community members.

As Healthworks peer educators, we hope to provide an accessible, safe, and comfortable environment for you to learn and ask questions regarding sexual health. We hope that this information will influence your health behavior in a positive way.

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Sexual Health: Talk. Test. Treat.