PPT’s PEAK Project are running a series of free HIV and STI workshops for youth in Toronto. Come and get your questions answered!
In this series we’re going over how people might want to think about interacting with a crush. This post will cover ways we can understand and define flirting. Let’s go!
Queer(in) Care is a drop-in group organized by Planned Parenthood Toronto’s LGBTQ Youth Initiative. Read more to see if it’s a fit for you!
“Passing” generally means being perceived by people, and mainstream society as cisgender and/or heterosexual. Passing is not inherently good or bad, but it is a complicated topic! Check this post out to learn more!
Are you between 16-26 years old? Are you a young man, or someone who identifies with any kind of masculinities? Then come and volunteer with PPT’s Youth & Masculinities Peer Project!
For Asexual Awareness Week, our friends over at Ace Toronto are running some really exciting events!
Check out our newest Information Pages: Body Positivity & You and Social Media Safety!
Young Parents Connect presents Jam It Up: Inspiration Through Fermentation!
Whether it’s a broken condom or surprise roommates coming home, what are people supposed to do when sex doesn’t end up happening? We’ve come up with a few suggestions of fun alternatives! Check them out!
“Is Sex Supposed to Hurt” is an ongoing series to get unique perspectives on painful sex. Today we’re talking to Abby about her experience with pain during vaginal sex.