Are you PrEPped?   Recently updated !

Until recently, to avoid HIV transmission in serodiscordant (where one partner is HIV negative and the other is HIV positive) relationships, high-risk drug use practices, and healthcare staff exposure, barrier methods and additional behavioural precautions were used to reduce the risk of transmission. A couple of years ago, PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) known as “Truvada” had […]

Bisexual Health

What is the sexuality of the following famous people? Freddie Mercury Marlon Brando Drew Barrymore Lady Gaga Frank Ocean First, it’s important to point out that you’re not owed this information. Second, if you assumed either gay or straight—you’d be wrong. The aforementioned celebrities do, in-fact (meaning they’ve said it themselves; it wasn’t supposed), identify […]

Accessing Sexual Health Services in NB

Accessing services in this province is tricky—particularly if you are from a rural area. Even if you have a family physician or nurse practitioner, perhaps you feel uncomfortable speaking with this person due to their possibly knowing members of your family or community. Maybe you would be more comfortable with a health practitioner who either […]

Sexual Reproductive Health Week

February 12th – 18th marks Sexual Reproductive Health Week. What is Sexual Reproductive Health Week? It’s a week to bring to light issues that people and healthcare providers face when accessing and/or providing sexual health services. Last year’s theme was “What’s Your Relationship Status?” which centered on the importance of developing good relationships with healthcare providers, […]

Stories from the Road: IDAHOT

Today marks the International Day for the Elimination of Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT). Homophobia and transphobia are the learned attitudes of hatred, disgust, and fear which lead to discrimination and violence against LGBT+ folks. In recognition of IDAHOT, I thought I’d share some “stories from the road” about our new presentation, Sexual Diversity 101. Homophobic […]