Resources

There are a lot of peo­ple who claim to be sex experts online.

A lot of those peo­ple are the exact oppo­site of sex experts.

We scoured the Inter­net and found sources that have great, cer­ti­fied infor­ma­tion that will help you achieve a hap­py and healthy sex life. Take a look; it will be worth your while.

For Teens 

TeenTalk — Accu­rate and non-judg­men­tal infor­ma­tion for teens (a pro­gram of Klin­ic, in Winnipeg).

Sex­u­al­i­ty and U

Project CHOIC­ES — Free pro­gram in Win­nipeg for young women who are sex­u­al­ly active and drink alcohol.

Native Youth Sex­u­al Health Net­work – orga­ni­za­tion by and for Indige­nous youth with a focus on sex­u­al and repro­duc­tive health, rights and jus­tice in Cana­da and the US.

Scar­leteen

Sex, Etc.‘s Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Tool — Choose who you want to talk to, what you want to talk about, and what you might want to say. The tool will sug­gest some ways to start the con­ver­sa­tion along with some ideas about what to discuss.

For Every­one 

Sex­u­al­i­ty and U

Project CHOIC­ES — Free pro­gram in Win­nipeg for young women who are sex­u­al­ly active and drink alcohol.

AIDS/STI Infor­ma­tion
Sex Friend­ly MB

Health Links-Info San­té
7888200
Out­side Win­nipeg 18883159257

Email [email protected]​serc.​mb.​ca
(Avail­able in Eng­lish only)
Your ques­tions will be answered with­in 2 work­ing days.

Down­load this new resource for help telling your part­ners that you’ve test­ed pos­i­tive for an STI: Share your result… Not your STI. You can also take a look at the Sex, Etc. Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Tool (in the links above).