BareMail: free safer sex supplies for students


BAREmail flyer

BareMail is one of Habif Health and Wellness Center’s safer sex supply and sexual health information programs for current WashU Danforth Campus students. Managed by health promotion staff, BareMail increases WashU students’ use of evidence-based sexual health resources, including safer sex supplies. Each envelope includes information about sexual health programs and services intended to increase students’ pleasure and decrease their risk for unplanned pregnancy, infection transmission, and sex without consent.

Download the BareMail Flyer


Fill out this request form and choose to receive your envelope via Campus Mail or US Mail — or pick it up at the Zenker Wellness Suite (Sumers Recreation Center room 303 (under the colorful mural near the main entrance).


BareMail is confidential. We need your name for the envelope, your WashU ID to confirm your student status, and your email in case we need to contact you. This information will only be seen by health promotion staff and Peer Health Educators under their supervision.


BareMail is cost-free, but supplies are limited. We do our best to fill one order per student per semester. We encourage you to obtain safer sex supplies elsewhere in addition to those you request via BareMail.


BareMail is reliable. Your supplies will be fresh when we mail them, but we encourage you to always check expiration dates before using them. We fill orders as quickly as we can, but cannot guarantee when they will arrive.


We thank the following campus and community partners for their generous support of BareMail:

  • Missouri Partners in Prevention
  • St. Louis City Department of Health
  • St. Louis County Department of Health
  • the SPOT (WashU School of Medicine)
  • WashU Mail Services
  • WashU RSVP Center
  • Women’s Society of Washington University

Send a message with any questions or concerns.

BareMail won the 2021 Excellence in Leadership Award for Outstanding Event or Program thanks to the excellent work by Habif’s Sexual Health Peer Health Educators (PHEs).

View the award announcement