You’re invited to #shatterstigma, a launch party for a new zine series from PPT’s Supporting Newcomer Access Project!
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.
For the third post in our What To Expect series, we’re going over some of the basics of what it’s like to get an IUD.
PPT is running a survey for young sex workers in the GTA un Feb 25, 2018.
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.
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.
Our friends over at SendTheRightMessage.ca have produced a fantastic video that goes over better ways that allies can support their friends and families over pronouns.
Planned Parenthood Toronto’s got a brand new volunteer opportunity for young men, ages 16-26: It’s the Young Men’s Peer Project!!!
Check out Send The Right Message, a brand new campaign of Planned Parenthood Toronto’s LGBTQ Youth Initiative!