Whoever you're thinking of having sex with, it's important to talk about contraception and condoms before you have sex. This can lead to an STI or unintended pregnancy. If you're not sure you can stay in control, avoid situations that could lead to sex, such as going to someone's room or somewhere quiet. You could try saying: "I found out there are 15 different types of contraception … If we were to have sex, which one should we use? Visit your local doctor, community contraceptive clinic, sexual health clinic, or young persons' clinic. Starting a conversation about the different types of contraception could be a good way to start talking about other issues to do with sex, such as how you feel about it and what you do and don't want to do. You need to have the confidence to work out how you want to respond if sex comes up and how far to go. Find out more about sex, alcohol and keeping safe. There are lots of things to think and talk about, such as: Are you both ready?
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