As players move around the board they come into contact with statements and questions which stimulate discussion and reinforce or elicit teacher input. Playing CONTRACEPTION® highlights areas where understanding may be lacking. *The game looks at the mechanics of contraception through questions and true / false statements. *Through these statements clear distinction is made between safe and risky sexual behavior. *Advancing around the board brings players into contact with various advice centers and resources where contraceptive and sexual health services can be accessed: e.g. Young Persons Sexual Health Services, pharmacy, condom machines, GP's, Family Planning Clinics and Accident and Emergency Units. Players are also directed at various intervals during the game to make an assertive statement which strengthens their ability to express their own needs and decline unwanted pressure. Peer education is a key feature of the game. At certain stages a question card will present two options, for example (1) Using the condom demonstrator (included in the game) show the group how to put on a condom. OR (2) Answer a question. The game therefore offers the group peer education opportunities in a safe environment, practicing use of language relating to safe sex, whilst building confidence.