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Just Talk About It is here to help people think, talk about and take action on some of life’s biggest decisions–ones that often don’t get enough attention. Our focus is to provide Colorado with important information resources and help “normalize” conversation around sexual health and well being in the state. Join the discussion and just talk about it with your partners, friends, family, health care providers, and with us.


A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind: Beforeplay: Normalizing the Way We Talk About Sex

A Good Woman's Dirty Mind | Oct 20, 2014

By Bobbie Morgan The State of Colorado had a problem that wasn’t unique among other states. About 50% pregnancies in the state were unintended and that percentage of was higher… Read more »

The Paw Print: “Why Do You Keep Sexy Safe” Colorado Safe Sex Campaign

The Paw Print | Sep 25, 2014

By Kaillie Hartman Between 2009 and 2011, the birth rate in Colorado dropped 14 percent for women aged 20 to 24 years. This means that Colorado’s unplanned pregnancy rate is… Read more »

Womens Radio: Leads the Way in Sexual Health

Womens Radio | Aug 22, 2014

By Pat Lynch Greta Klingler is the Director of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. She has spent the past five years working to… Read more »

Upcoming Events

One Billion Rising

February 15, 12:00 PM-3:30 PM
16th St Mall, Denver

Did you know that 1 in 3 women around the globe experience domestic and/or sexual abuse in her lifetime? That is over one billion women and girls. stands in… Read more »

Enrique Pitbull Tour

February 17, 7:00 PM
Pepsi Center, 1000 Chopper Cir, Denver

Two of the biggest name in Latin/Pop music are coming to Denver, and will be there! We’ll be passing out free swag and having fruitful conversations with concert goers about sex, birth… Read more »

Life In Color Denver

February 7, 4:00 PM
The Denver Mart, 451 58th Ave, Ste 4270

It’s the world’s largest paint party! Neon paint, live music and tons of people make this an exciting and fun event! Let’s make it “safe and sexy” too!