Mythbusting Mondays- "It Makes You Promiscuous"

Hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving! Let's jump right into our next myth:


“If you get the vaccine, you’ll become more promiscuous and be encouraged to have more sex with more partners.” – Female, 24

This is completely false. Getting the HPV vaccine does not make you want to have sex, just like getting the flu vaccine does not make you want people to cough and sneeze on you. Making the decision to get the HPV vaccine is one of the most responsible ways to take care of yourself and protect your partners from cancer.



To find out where you can get the HPV vaccine, click here:

Remember, if you are 18 years or old, you do NOT need a parent’s permission to get the vaccine.

For more information about HPV, click here:

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  • charbel messavussu
    commented 2016-12-15 09:45:17 -0600
    the vaccine would not make you have sex it will keep you protect if you choose to have sex
  • Michael Almodovar
    commented 2016-12-08 20:58:32 -0600
    People are free to do whatever they want. Some people choose to be unsafe and some choose to be safe and live life without consequences.
  • Malissie Turner
    commented 2016-12-08 16:03:16 -0600
    Not necessarily, but everybody is different
  • Ishyy Got'Da Mackk Mackk
    commented 2016-12-08 15:56:57 -0600
    I can’t really tell people how to live their life just be safe and do what you think is best 💯🤐🗣
  • Lilianna Carter
    commented 2016-12-08 15:53:31 -0600
    Do what you want. Don’t do anything if u not comfortable.
  • Brianna Smith
    commented 2016-12-08 12:57:55 -0600
    Don’t follow the crowd. Follow at your own pace, if you feel ready then protect yourself
  • Danii Macc
    commented 2016-12-08 12:54:32 -0600
    You will be comfortable in your own skin It’s Up to You How It makes You feel.

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