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Where to Find Safe Sex Resources at the University of Oregon

As a college student, sex can be exciting! Some people may be entering the adult world and discovering their sexual pleasure, as well as exploring sex with other people. Unfortunately, unprotected sex can lead to pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). If you do decide to have sex with a partner, it is always safe to be sure to use contraceptives. Luckily, the University of Oregon has multiple resources for safer sex. Here are some of the locations where you can find supplies such as condoms, female condoms, and birth control.

ASUO Women’s Center

The Women’s Center in the Erb Memorial Union (EMU) is located on the ground floor in room 012. Open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm, the Women’s Center provides free condoms, flavored condoms, dental dams, as well as free menstrual products.

TIP: The Women’s Center is one of the only places on campus where you can find free printing (5 page limit)!

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LGBTQA3 Center

The LGBTQA3 Center in the EMU is located on the ground floor in room 022, right next to the Women’s Center. The center has a table sprawled with dental dams, female condoms, gloves, lube, and an array of different types of male condoms.

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Duck Nest

In partnership with the Health Center, the Duck Nest is a relaxation spot on campus which promotes healthy living. They are located on the ground floor in the EMU in the hall to the left of the computer lab. They host some cool events like hanging with therapy dogs and stress workshops, but they also offer safe sex resources. Here you will find condoms, lube, dental dams, and instruction manuals on consent and proper safe sex. The Duck Nest hours vary from 10 am to 7 pm Monday to Thursday, 4 pm on Friday, and 2 pm on Saturday. They are closed on Sundays.

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University Health Center

The University Health Center, located across from Oregon Hall, provides a large resource for safer sex. Pharmacists can prescribe birth control pills and patches without an appointment. On the first floor near the check in kiosks, you can find free condoms, finger cots, dental dams, gloves, and lube. There are also tubs of condoms scattered around the waiting areas. Of course, the Health Center offers STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing, which is important for anyone to get checked for regularly. The University Health Clinic is open 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday and until noon on Saturday.

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Hopefully this article helped you find some info on where to get safe sex resources on campus, and let’s be real, condoms are expensive AF. Pregnancy and STIs most likely aren’t part of college plans so keep it sexy and keep it safe.

I am a freshman at University of Oregon with a focus in Sociology. My interests span from entertainment and beauty to political issues and sexual wellness. I also love to write, watch movies, and make art.
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