The team at Young Deadly Free has been busy creating new videos with communities across Australia. The videos aim to get our key messages out to young people and others in a fresh, engaging way.

We have worked with local people in all the locations we have visited. You might be surprised to know that most of the time the people you see acting haven’t had any acting experience before! The communities and the people we have met have been very welcoming and giving of their time and knowledge and we are very thankful to all those involved on and off the camera.

We hope you enjoy watching and sharing the videos with your family, friends and work colleagues. If you wish to download copies or have hard copies sent to your community, please contact us at


This Is Us…

The good, the bad, the ups and downs… an honest look at relationships, sex, partying and learning from our mistakes along the way. Through it all, we look after each other… This Is Us

Being “Young Deadly and Free” From STIs and BBVs is Important For Our Communities

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Talkin’ True

Anyone can help share sexual health facts! That’s what “Talkin’ True” is all about; everyday community people helping to get the word out about the importance of STI testing, using condoms and talking about STIs and BBVs.

What do you know about STI or BBVs?
How can you help others learn more?

Speak up. Listen. Support.

We are always learning and, there is always someone that can help us when we have a tricky situation or question. Sexual health is something we shouldn’t be afraid to talk about and seek help for. So don’t be shame; Speak up, Listen and Support each other today!


Supporting Our LGBTIQIA+ Youth.

For young people and their support networks, this video explores some diverse experiences in how to stay mentally healthy and how to support and look after rainbow youth.

Videos about the Syphilis outbreak for Community

Everyone can do three simple things to help:

  1. #TalkaboutSTIsBBVs: Talk about STIs and BBVs with your family and friends.
  2. #UseCondoms: Use condoms and water based lubricant every time when you have sex.
  3. #GetTested: Get tested regularly (at least once a year) for STIs and BBVs. If you haven’t had a test recently, get tested today.

Youth yarn about…

Youth yarn about… is a video series for youth with the voices of youth.

You can ask that

When it comes to learning about your body and your health there are no stupid questions. Here on “You can ask that” youth will ask sexual health questions some of the questions you might be too shame to ask yourself.

Make sure you catch all 3 episodes.

Sabien Takes Responsibility                                           Patreace Encourages Young People                                 Larissa’s message is…   


Erin encourages young people                                      Jessie is taking responsibility                                          Mahala takes responsibility by…


Richard takes responsibility                                          Rikki takes responsibility by…                                         Keenan takes responsibility 


Michael takes responsibility                                         Gemma takes responsibility                                             Elijah takes responsibility


Richard is taking responsibility by…                           Warlu is taking responsibility by…                                   Bernard is taking responsibility by…


Jaylene is taking responsibility by…                            Dreylin is taking responsibility by…                               Andrew is taking responsibility by…


Nanu is taking responsibility by…                                Callum takes responsibility by…                                    Eli is taking responsibility by…



Andrea is taking responsibility by…                            Vayda is taking responsibility by…                                Hayley is taking responsibility by…



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Young Deadly Free is a project by South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute.
Videos produced by Our Generation Media, 2018

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