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  • 5 Questions with Brhan, a former THS Volunteer!

    Did you know that Teen Health Source has been around for 25 years! To help celebrate our 25th Anniversary, we’re checking in with some of our previous volunteers. Today we’re hearing from Brhan!

  • What is Risk: Pregnancy Edition

    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 Pregnancy Risk!

  • You’re Invited to #shatterstigma

    You’re invited to #shatterstigma, a launch party for a new zine series from PPT’s Supporting Newcomer Access Project!

  • A New Place to Get PrEP!

    The Maple Leaf clinic is now offering a PrEP clinic in Downtown Toronto!

  • 5 Questions with Maggie, a former THS Volunteer!

    Did you know that Teen Health Source has been around for 25 years! To help celebrate our 25th Anniversary, we’re checking in with some of our previous volunteers. Today we’re hearing from Maggie!

  • Call for Nuance Fellowship Positions

    Nuance is looking for passionate (im)migrant young (under 29) writers, artists, and community-builders to help diversify and expand mainstream ideas around sex, sexuality, and sexual health and add their nuanced perspectives into the conversation!

  • Call for SNAP Zine Submissions

    Planned Parenthood Toronto’s Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP) invites youth 13-29 of all backgrounds and lived experiences to contribute art to our newest publication.

  • FAQ: Can my parents access my health records?

    Not all teens want their parents finding out about their sex life. Regardless of the reason, we believe that you should be in control of who finds out about your personal health information. But what does the law say?

  • 5 Questions with Jackie, a former THS Volunteer!

    Did you know that Teen Health Source has been around for 25 years! To help celebrate our 25th Anniversary, we’re checking in with some of our previous volunteers. Today we’re hearing from Jackie!

  • FAQ: What Happens To Your Body On Hormones

    Going on hormones is supposed to change your body and that can be pretty scary when you don’t know what to expect. For this post, we’ve adapted a some resources from the Rainbow Health Network’s pages on Feminizing and Masculinizing Hormone Therapy.