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  • >> Cuidate.

  • >> Cuidate.

  • >> Cuidate.

  • >> Cuidate.

  • >> What do you mean cuidate?

  • >> Cuidate means protecting yourself.

  • >> Cuidate means taking care of who you're with.

  • >> Cuidate means being in control.

  • >> Cuidate means being careful.

  • >> What does it mean to be careful?

  • Being careful means deciding whether or not to have sex.

  • Sex doesn't just happen.

  • >> Being careful means knowing how to talk to your partner about sex before you have it.

  • >> Being careful means knowing how to protect yourself

  • and your partner if you decide to have sex.

  • >> Being careful means knowing how to walk away if you can't protect your partner or yourself.

  • >> And if you're not in control or careful, you can get pregnant, an STD, or HIV.

  • >> What's HIV?

  • >> HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus.

  • That's the virus that causes AIDS.

  • >> HIV and AIDS can be treated.

  • And there's no cure right now.

  • >> And once you have it, you really have it.

  • >> What does that mean?

  • >> There are drugs that can treat AIDS,

  • but you will need to take them every day for the rest of your life.

  • >> HIV and AIDS can hurt your family, your future, and your dreams.

  • >> Anyone can get HIV.

  • You can get HIV if you're a boy, if you're a girl, if you're gay,

  • if you're straight, or if you're rich or poor.

  • >> You can get HIV if you're Latino.

  • In fact, Latinos and African Americans are now getting infected with HIV more than ever before.

  • >> How do you get HIV?

  • >> HIV is in blood, semen, vaginal fluids, and breast milk.

  • You can get it from having unprotected oral, anal, or vaginal sex.

  • >> You can get HIV if you're using an infected needle if you're doing drugs.

  • >> You can get HIV from getting piercings or tattoos with used needles.

  • >> But you can't get HIV from hugging, sharing food, shaking hands, or from using a toilet.

  • >> The only way to know if you or someone else has HIV is to get tested.

  • >> You can't tell if someone is infected with HIV just by looking at them

  • or because they tell you they don't have HIV.

  • >> It's better to know.

  • Get tested to protect yourself and your boyfriend or girlfriend.

  • >> Get tested.

  • Show that you care.

  • >> How else do we take care?

  • >> Talk to each other.

  • Your parents, your brothers, sisters, friends, aunts, uncles, or another adult you trust.

  • >> Talk to your boyfriend or girlfriend before you have sex.

  • >> Make sure you're really ready for sex.

  • >> If you're not ready for sex, learn how to say no, and don't have sex.

  • >> How do we know if we are ready for sex?

  • >> If you're ready to deal with what can happen

  • after having sex like getting pregnant or an STD.

  • >> If you know how to protect yourself and your partner, and you know how to talk about it.

  • >> If you know how to use condoms correctly.

  • >> And if we are ready for sex

  • >> Then use latex condoms every time you have sex.

  • Any type of sex.

  • One time is all it takes to get pregnant, get an STD, or get HIV.

  • >> Use a latex condom if you're on the pill or using birth control.

  • Birth control protects you from getting pregnant,

  • but it doesn't protect you from STDs or HIV.

  • >> Protect your boyfriend or your girlfriend.

  • Have sex with only one partner.

  • >> Take care of yourself and your loved ones.

  • >> Cuidate!

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/04/07
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