FPA is campaigning to remind Government of the importance of vital sexual health services.
As part of our commitment to protecting the nation’s sexual health we're calling for services to be improved and expanded rather than cut back.
We've joined forces with fellow sexual health charities Brook, Terrence Higgins Trust and MedFASH to ask the Government to keep sexual health a priority.
Some of the country’s best-loved agony aunts kindly gave up their time to talk about why sexual health services are so important.
Supporting our campaign are agony aunts Gill Cox, Tracey Cox, Jenni Trent Hughes, Emma Marlin, Susan Quilliam, Denise Robertson, Deidre Sanders, Dr Pam Spurr and Zelda West-Meads.
Sexual health has been identified as a key part of public health.
Teenage pregnancy rates are the lowest for 30 years.
Sexually transmitted infection rates in England are stabilising.
Early access to abortion services is improving.
Young people want better sex and relationships education.
Click the links below to listen with your usual online audio player, or right click (shift and F10 for keyboard users) to save the audio files on your computer. Transcripts are available.