Let’s have some fun this week! Join an event, sign up for a workshop, and check out the resources available to you!

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Events

SEXPERT BINGO WITH JUSTINE SHUEY

Monday, March 15, 7:00pm-9:00pm
Covering a variety of sexuality topics including but not limited to Sex, Love, Healthy Relationships, Communication, and Consent and see where the conversation takes us when students start texting in anonymous questions to be answered live during the event. Each ball is a different topic for discussion.
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A CONVERSATION WITH DELANEY HENDERSON

Tuesday, March 16, 6:00pm-7:00pm
Details: CSI’s Self-Care Club presents: A Conversation with Delaney Henderson. We will be talking about the important aspects of self-care, such as, planning for the future, self-improvement, the stigma around mental health, and much more.
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BODY POSITIVITY DRAWING WITH NATALIE VERY B.

Tuesday, March 16, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Join illustrator Natalie Very B. in a safe space workshop where you’ll learn how to create an empowering version of a self portrait with ink and tell YOUR story through visual imagery. During this event you’ll look at yourself with a newly found kindness and appreciate your own body as a sacred temple and a real work of art. This workshop will focus on body positivity and a variety of inking techniques.have your chance at winning a $50 participation gift card!
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OH THE PLACES YOU’LL GO OH, OH!

Wednesday, March 17, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Oh, The Places You’ll Go Oh Oh is written as a “children’s book for adults.” But while the writing is in the style of Dr. Seuss, with rhymes and made-up words. It’s about The Shaming Place, the power of cummunication, and some of the strange creatures you’ll meet — along the way to meeting YOU.

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CONSENT, CONDOMS AND CUMMING: THE ORGASMIC MIXTURE OF SEXUAL SAFETY AND PLEASURE

Thursday, March 18, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Consent, Condoms and Cumming, oh my! Have you been wanting to learn more about navigating your health and well-being during virtual, solo, and partnered sex? International Relationship Coach, Alisha Fisher, will be chatting about her top approaches for talking about and using safer barriers, and consent. Alisha will then discuss how you can take your sexual experiences to the next level! This webinar will conclude with a very sexy Q&A, so get your questions ready!
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Partner Yoga

Thursday, March 18, 8:00pm-9:00pm
A fun night to share with your significant other, roommate, or quarantine friend, as you challenge your physical abilities as a team! This class will include components of a traditional power yoga class, including Vinyasa flow, and supporting poses for you and your partner to try together. This specialty class is suitable for ALL levels from beginner to advanced.
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Workshops

HIV 101 Workshop

HIV 101 WORKSHOP + GUEST SPEAKER

Tuesday, March 16, 10:30am-12:00pm
This workshop presented by ACCKWA covers the basics of HIV and pays special attention to the impact of stigma on prevention and support efforts. Students will discuss strategies for building broader awareness, supporting disclosure, and best practices for working with people who are HIV-positive. A person living with, or personally affected by, HIV/AIDS will also join us to share their personal experiences.
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RESPONDING TO DISCLOSURES OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE

Tuesday, March 16, 2:30pm-4:00pm
How do you respond when someone discloses to you that they have experienced sexual violence? Facilitated by the Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region, this workshop will give participants foundational knowledge of what sexual violence is, and will provide skills, tools and information to respond in an empathetic and supportive way.
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SEXUAL HEALTH WORKSHOP

Wednesday, March 17, 2:00pm-3:00pm

What birth control options are out there? What options exist when someone has an unintended pregnancy? How does STI testing work?

You have questions, we have answers! Join SHORE Centre for a sexual health workshop for non-judgmental information

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Resources

myWellness

Conestoga College’s myWellness offers services to support you and your sexual health!

Medical Care Clinic
You can book an appointment with the Medical Care Clinic for all your sexual health needs like STI testing.
Learn more about the Medical Care Clinic
Counselling Services
Speak with a counsellor or explore their peer supports.
Learn more about Counselling Services
Sexual and Gender-Based Violence
If you have witnessed or experienced sexual or gender-based violence, contact the Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and Response Coordinator.
Contact the Coordinator

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There are also community supports available to you!

Sexual Assualt Support Centre
Get community support in the Waterloo Region from the Sexual Assualt Support Centre (SASC).
SASC

SexualHealthOntario
Visit sexualhealthontario for online resources and to find a sexual health clinic in Ontario.
sexualhealthontario

SexandU.ca
Sex and U is developed by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, Canada’s leading authority of sexual and reproductive health.  This website takes a real-life approach to the questions and issues around sex and sexuality.
SexandU.ca

SHORE Centre
Check out the Sexual Health Options, Resources & Education (SHORE) Centre for exceptional and inclusive sexual and reproductive health services in our community that uphold the dignity of everyone.
SHORE Centre

Okay To Be Me
OK2BME is a set of support services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning (LGBTQ) kids, teens, and young adults in the Waterloo Region.
OK2BeMe

Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response

Have you experienced sexual harm?

Have you been discriminated against, or experienced abuse related to your gender?

Did you witness or have someone disclose this type of incident to you?

We are available if you need support, aren’t sure what to do, or just need to speak to someone.

sgbv@conestogac.on.ca

There is no timeframe for when an incident occurred for someone to access support, and you do not need to disclose what happened in order to get help.

Sexual and gender-based violence prevention and response