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Trans and Nonbinary Youth Inclusivity in Sexual Health Guidelines Now Online!

Planned Parenthood Toronto, in partnership with the Re:Searching for LGBTQ Health team and the University of Toronto’s Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, and funded by the Women’s Xchange 15K Challengeof Women’s College Hospital, have created a set of guidelines for how sexual health service providers and educators can be more inclusive in their practice towards trans and nonbinary youth.

The guidelines are now available to download from PPT’s website, or you can read the PDF online!

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