Lance Griffin, a LGBT Resource Center ambassador, said he was never aware just how often he should get tested until the time he went to the doctor’s office sick with the norovirus.
Comprehensive sex education in Georgia is rare, Griffin said, but easily accessible sexual health information for LGBT students is even harder to come by.“For people that are LGBTQ, a lot of times we get left out of the conversation,” Griffin said.
Students can place an order online, and the UHC will deliver a discreetly wrapped package to their dorm.
Students can order male and female condoms, dental dams and lubricants.
College students today have more interest in preventing pregnancy than their parents did a generation ago, she said.“Millennials are much less wanting to settle down, get married and have children — at least at this point in our lives,” Verner said.