Sex@Iowa is a sexual health blog published during the fall and spring semesters in which two University of Iowa Student Health physicians, Ann Laros, M.D. and Eric Evans, M.D. will answer questions from UI students. Questions used are selected from those submitted by UI students to the Student Health web site and from questions asked during campus presentations by Drs. Laros and Evans.
Do not read this if you are offended by open talk of a sexual nature.
Sex@Iowa does not provide medical advice, diagnoses or treatment. This information is not meant to replace medical care and advice from your own healthcare provider.
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Circle of 6 is more than a safety App: it’s a community and a state of mind. It fosters the formation of groups based on trust and accountability and promotes a culture of care, where friends look out for one another and work together to eliminate violence in their communities. Ideally, all of your friends will be part of this culture whether or not you program them into our app.
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Link to this app at Google Play Store
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Now that the end of another academic year is upon us and the Sex@Iowa blog has been around for 2 academic years and is 20 months old, it’s again time to take stock and decide where we go next. Where do we/should we go from here with this blog?
Please help us as we plan for our future. Let us know what you think via comments left for this post. If you would prefer that your comments NOT be shared, let us know that in the body of your comments and we won’t post your thoughts. Click on “leave a comment” above to the right to leave your comments.
Any comments/feedback are welcome, but we’d particularly like your thoughts on any of the following:
1. Should we stop this blog and put similar content on the Student Health and Website only or keep things separate?
2. What topics have not been addressed that you’d like to see for the future?
3. How could this blog site be easier to negotiate?
4. What posts have you found to be the most useful?
5. How did you hear about/find out about this blog?
Thank you for your readership/viewing and thanks in advance for feedback you provide.
…Drs. E and L
Smegma is a pasty accumulation of old skin cells and oil gland secretions that collects in moist areas of the genitalia, especially under the foreskin of uncircumcised males. Can be foul smelling.