Teen Vogue: Research

https://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/tips/a811/first-time-sex/

https://www.healthline.com/health/healthy-sex/what-happens-when-you-lose-your-virginity

https://www.nhs.uk/common-health-questions/sexual-health/are-sex-toys-safe/

https://www.canesten.co.uk/en/female/symptoms/thrush/prevention/

https://www.canesten.co.uk/en/female/symptoms/thrush/what-is-it/

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/thrush-in-men-and-women/

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/contraception/which-method-suits-me/

https://www.sexwise.fpa.org.uk/contraception/which-method-contraception-right-me

https://www.contraceptionchoices.org

I’ve been looking into each subject area – the ones highlighted in my survey research. Thrush, safe sex toys, contraception and having sex for the first time.

There is so many great articles online but these seemed to have the most reliable information I can use within this project.

Comparing the medical articles like from the NHS website to those from cosmopolitan mag for example, I actually think the women’s mag articles could communicate more effectively to the demographic I am targeting which is young women and non binaries. As informative as the medical articles are, the tone of voice is clinical and textbook, whereas the articles for cosmopolitan mag etc use a more friendly relatable tone whilst still giving the same advice and info as the medical articles.

This is the kind of tone I would like to use within my project. I want to steer away from the textbook feel yet still be able to inform.

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