The Girl2Girl website provides safer sex info to lesbians, bisexual women, and women who have sex with women.

On this website we will let you know:

  • What safe sex is and why you should bother having it.
  • How to stay safe emotionally before, during and after sex.
  • How to use latex barriers for safer sex and how to reduce the risk of Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs) without using latex.
  • What STIs you can catch, how you can catch them, and how to get rid of them.

Lesbian sex 101

This section invites you to think about a variety of different sexual practices which are part of the sexual repertoire available to women who have sex with women. It invites you to remember or imagine the pleasure of your lips as you kiss her, the desire aroused by sucking her nipples or flicking your tongue across her clit. To think of how your fingers can fill her, or scrape along her back or snuggle into her arse...

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Being emotionally safe

What do you really want? Having safer sex isn’t just about ensuring that you don’t contract any STIs, it’s also about ensuring that you stay well emotionally. Emotional safety is about feeling able to say yes to sex when you want it, and no when you don’t. It’s about acknowledging that sometimes we don’t know what we want until we try it, and that it’s OK to change your mind during a sexual encounter. 

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Keeping it wet, keeping it wild!

Latex barriers are the most effective way of reducing the chance of contracting an STI. However, there are ways of helping to reduce risk without using latex products.

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Love her in latex

Latex offers the greatest amount of protection against STIs during sex between women. There are three main latex products that can be used for sex between women, latex gloves, dams and condoms.

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