The Safe Is Sexy Blog

Enjoy a happier and healthier sex life with tips and news from the myLAB Box Blog! There is no better day to start than today.

Cervical Health Awareness Month: myLAB Box Partners with Cancer Prevention Organizations and Buck Angel

January is officially Cervical Health Awareness Month. At myLAB Box, we want to do our part to spread the word and help stem the quickly growing tide of this disease. For this reason, we’ve partnered with The National LGBT Cancer Network, The Rural Cancer Prevention Center, and transgender activist Buck Angel. Together, we’re helping more […]

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Anal Chlamydia

What is Anal Chlamydia? Chlamydia is the most commonly-reported sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the country, especially in women 25 and under. A lot of people don’t realize that they could be infected anywhere beyond the genital region. Anal (or rectal) chlamydia diagnoses have been increasing among gay men, from 3 to 10 percent in […]

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Just Us Girls : myLAB Box is Joining Forces with Glow

We’re excited to announce a brand-new partnership: we’re teaming up with Glow, a company that helps women to take an active role in their reproductive and sexual health. Right now, Glow is featuring myLAB Box on its website, as well as its Glow and Eve apps, as part of the launch of the company’s new […]

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Sex Ed 201 : Learning How to Say Yes and No

All the rules change when you get to college—curfews fall away, parental supervision disappears and you’re left to navigate all on your own. You will be exposed to strangers and larger numbers of possible partners than you probably experienced in high school. It can be a heady experience. And it may be a little scary—so let’s have the sex […]

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STD Myths : Only Certain Types of People Get STIs

As a single woman, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had men tell me they don’t need STI testing because they don’t have sex with “that kind of people.” My girlfriends too seem to be under the impression that because their date is a “nice guy” or “a relationship type,” he must be […]

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