Did you know that the abortion pill is now available in Ontario? It is! And as it becomes more available and accessible to people across the country, there are naturally lots of questions about it. This post covers some of our most frequently asked questions about the abortion pill.
For the second post in our “What To Expect” series, we’re going over some of the basics of what it’s like to go to an appointment for STI testing.
PPT is running a survey for young sex workers in the GTA un Feb 25, 2018.
Sometimes the hardest thing about having sex is just getting some privacy. But how do you do that if you don’t live alone? In this post we explore what you can do to navigate having sex if you live with family or roommates.
Hey Southern Ontario! The AFFIRM Project is looking for people to join their Youth Advisory Committee for a community-based research project supporting LGBTQ+ youth around mental and sexual health.
OHIP+ starts on January 1, 2018, making more than 4,400 drug products free for anyone age 24 years or younger with a valid health card and an eligible prescription. We’ve got an infographic to help walk you through how it works!
To hopefully walk you through some of the FAQs of OHIP+, we’ve made an infographic! Get hyped!
Catherine Hernandez is a writer, activist, theatre performer, radical mother, and so much more! Added to that list, she’s now the latest person we talked to for our 5 Questions series! Check out this interview for some great links and resources!
People give a lot of reasons for why they don’t like using condoms. But are these reasons legit? This post explores some of the things people say to get out of using condoms, and also offers up some solutions to work through the excuses!
Sliding into someone’s DMs can be a really good way to start a conversation with someone you’re into. This post goes over some of the Do’s and Don’ts of chatting up people online.
For the first instalment of our “What To Expect” series, we’re going over some of the basics of what it’s like to go to an appointment for birth control.