Whether you’re questioning your sexual identity or if you’re out as a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender person, it’s always important to protect your sexual health.
Lots of LGBT teens feel pressure to have opposite-sex partners. Remember, it's your body and who you choose to have sex with (or not) is up to you. If you do have opposite-sex partners remember to talk about birth control options before you have sex. Learn more about preventing STDs and unplanned pregnancies.
Connect with other LGBT youth
If might feel like it, but you’re not alone. There are lots of LGBT youth in South Carolina for you to connect with. Visit Youth Outloud to get connected.
You don’t have to be a LGBT youth to show your support. Visit SC Equality to learn how you can help.