Go Ask Alice! (Regularly Updated)
Alice answers questions about relationships, sexuality and health.
From Columbia University
TeenAIDS (Regularly Updated)
Includes a teen advice column, online Q&A with a doctor and an HIV medical blog.
Voices of Youth (Regularly Updated)
Here young people can explore issues related to human rights and social change. The HIV page includes brain teasers, photo journals and personal stories.
Why Our Youth Desperately Need Condoms: A Blog Entry by Kellee Terrell (May 16, 2011)
The hoopla around Philadelphia's safer-sex campaign, Take Control Philly, reminds us that any strategy for lowering STD and HIV infections should focus less on abstinence and more on safer sex and empowerment -- even if it makes adults uncomfortable.
AIDS, Sex and Teens (November 24, 2005)
Provides teens with basic information on HIV/AIDS, including transmission, statistics and history.
A teen health and awareness Web site.
From American Social Health Association
Think: Sexual Health (2005)
Answers questions about contraception, sexually transmitted diseases and how teens can negotiate their sexual lives .
World Bank looks at how HIV affects youth around the globe.
From The World Bank Group
Sexwise (August 2001)
Written in the form of a travel guide, this online publication provides information about sexual well-being, choices and rights for young people.
Pos or Not? (May 19, 2008)
To prove that it's impossible to tell who has HIV, this Internet game invites you to look at photos and short profiles of a wide range of people and guess whether they have HIV.
In Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report, from Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
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