HIV PREVENTION

Relationship Agreements

A relationship agreement (or safety agreement) is an agreement between you and your partner to protect against HIV. Some people in relationships decide not to use condoms with each other. This type of agreement is not for everyone but it can work well. It can be safe but only if you are sure you are both still HIV negative. The most common form of agreement is whether you are allowed to have sex with other partners outside the relationship, and if you are what kind of sex you are allowed to have. For more information about relationship agreements among gay men, including step-by-step instructions for deciding not to use condoms with each other, please visit the Our Team website.

OTHER HIV PREVENTION TOOLS

OTHER HIV PREVENTION TOOLS