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.
In Part 2 of our Virtual Sex series, we’re going to go over a bit more of the Hows of virtual sex, including some tips and ideas for making it as sexy, safe, and fun as possible!
The Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education at Ryerson University has put out 2 beautiful and affirming colouring books over the past little while, and we’re recommending them to EVERYBODY!
The Affirmations Deck is an amazing resource created by a group of queer and trans* youth involved with Planned Parenthood Toronto’s Filling in the Blanks: Queering SexEd project!
Consent is permission for something to happen. When it comes to sex, consent is about all partners agreeing to a sexual act. This page looks at consent in a sexual health context and ways we can recognize, talk about, and use consent.
Understanding what sexual consent means.
Why sexual consent is important and how to ask for it.
Important information about age of consent in Canada.
Information about sexual assault and what do to if you have been assaulted.
What would Queering Sexual Education look like?