For lots of reasons, we sometimes have to (or want to!) talk about dating with our parents. Ensuring that these conversations are positive experiences can be difficult, but here’s some questions to keep in mind to help make it all go more smoothly!
Public Health Agency of Canada recently released an Update on Sexually Transmitted Infection in Canada, 2016. We’ve pulled out some of the data as it relates to teens in Canada!
OHIP+ came into effect on January 1st, 2018, and it makes many medications free for children and youth up to age 24. But which types of birth control does it cover? We break it all down in this post!
Break ups are complicated. This blog post covers some things to consider while talking with someone about ending your relationship.
Deaf and/or disabled youth in Toronto! You know your needs and experiences bestTake our survey and help ensure programs and services are built around you.
On Monday, March 18th hear from a group of intrepid youth who dispel myths and challenge HIV-related stigma, one digital story at a time, through our Youth HIV Project Prevention, Engagement, Action & Knowledge (PEAK).
A lot of the time “unprotected sex” usually means when people don’t use condoms and/or any birth control methods. That’s typically how people learn to use it, either in school or media. But really, it depends on what kind of things you’re trying to protect yourself from.
Curious about 2SLGBTQ+ communities? Wondering what all those letters mean? Want to challenge stereotypes you’ve heard at school?Check out these great workshops!
Come learn skills and connect with other 2SLGBTQ Black, Indigenous and youth of colour (16-29) at this Beyonce-themed workshop series on relationships!
When it comes to sex and sexual health, how do we feel about risk? What are things we can do to reduce risk of things we don’t want to happen? For the first post in our What Is Risk series we’re talking about STI risk!