Baby Can Wait has been created for you. We know you want straightforward answers to questions about your body, sex, and relationships but don't always know where to go to ask.
We highly recommend you talk to your parents, guardians, or trusted adults. But, if you're not comfortable with that, this site is here to give you some answers to your questions. Pregnancy is a big deal, don't let anybody tell you it's not. So, check out this website to find out more about body development, the locations of health care providers, or straight up learn more about sex and how it can affect your life.
December 1st is World AIDS Day
Since 1988, December 1st is a day for the world to unite in the fight against AIDS, to remember and show support to those affected by HIV. It is estimated that globally, there are 34 million people living with HIV. We have come a long way in understanding HIV, one of the largest pandemics in human history, yet there are still people uninformed about how to protect themselves. This is an opportunity to open the conversation to eliminate stigma and increase awareness. World AIDS Day is a chance to inform yourself on HIV and realize that you have the power to protect yourself and others from sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
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