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Sex in other Cities

Australians of all ages love to travel. We are a wealthy and curious nation and we love to party. Increased wages and decreased airfares mean we can travel further, for longer and more often.

This freedom can carry additional risks however. A sense of adventure can mean we take risks we wouldn’t have at home. Rates of HIV infection among travellers, expatriates and fly-in-fly-out workers have been rising for a number of years, and Sex In Other Cities aims to remind travellers of the risks and offer strategies to stay safe.

Sex in Other Cities is about finding the best parties in the world and sharing hot tips to make the most of them, whilst being aware of your surroundings and remaining safe.

Visit www.sexinothercities.com.au

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For enquiries about the Sex in Other Cities program, please contact Jeff Turner

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jturner@waaids.com

Our Mission

To minimise the impact and further transmission of HIV, other blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections. To reduce social, legal and policy barriers which prevent access to health information and effective support and prevention services.