Over the past year, many of the students I worked with asked me about how to do testicular self exams. This is such an important step in male sexual health and most of us don’t know nearly enough about it! We have a great link right here on our site to an excellent site with diagrams and easy to follow instructions, “click here”:http://tcrc.acor.org/tcexam.html or if you want to learn more from a physician, contact us at (250) 592-3479 to make an appointment. Why not put this on your summer to do list?
Jennifer Gibson MA, is the Coordinator of Community Education Services. She is a professional sexual health educator whose knowledge, sense of humour, enthusiasm, and comfort level give her the unique ability to make sexual health education accessible and easy to relate to.
We hope you can join us in the opportunity to protest violence against queer people. Please come and participate at the UVic PRIDE rally March 25 at 1:30 at the Uvic fountain. It will be followed by a workshop and movie. Read the details below from UVic PRIDE! Friends and colleagues – Please read this…
Contraceptive sponges contain spermicide. They are most effective when you use a “condom”:/birthcontrol/condom/ at the same time.
Just a reminder that our Quadra St Clinic hours will be adjusted over the Labour Day Weekend: Saturday August 31st 10 am -2 pm Monday Sept 2nd CLOSED Regular hours resume Sept 3rd at 9am. Have a safe and happy long weekend.
There is a great new interactive resource on our favourite website, sexualityandu.ca, that gives great information on how to stay on schedule with your birth control if you have forgotten a pill/put in your ring late/left a patch on/etc. “Click Here”:http://www.sexualityandu.ca/sos/index_e.aspx to be taken there.
ISHS is thrilled to be offering a sexual health clinic for trans and gender queer identified clients on Monday July 19th from 5-7pm. As there are a limited number of appointment times available, please call ahead to book a time slot -250-592-3479. Only a first name is required to reserve a space. A BC Care…
Listen to Shirley and Jennifer chat about speaking with youth about sexual health