Let’s have some fun! Join a Sexual Health Week event, sign up for a workshop, and check out resources available to you!

Events

Beyond Virginity: How to shed shame & own your sexual power

Tuesday, November 2 2021
4:00pm
Join CSI and Nicolle Hodges as we explore reframing virginity to sexual debut.
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Porn Literacy & Relationships

Tuesday, November 2 2021
7:00pm
Join CSI and Alisha Fisher as we look into managing expectations with porn and learn how to talk to your partner about it.
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Dirty Bingo

Wednesday, November 3 2021
7:00 PM — 8:00PM
Join CSI and Alisha Fisher for five rounds of not-your-average bingo to learn about sexual health!
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Period Power

Thursday, November 4 2021
4:00pm — 5:00pm
Join CSI and Maddy (she/her) a sexual health educator from SHORE Centre as she discusses the menstrual cycle and how it impacts your day to day life. We will be discussing topics like menstrual equity, period products and busting common myths about menstruation. Come celebrate your body in a sex-positive, 2SLGBTQIA+ inclusive space.
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Workshops

Choosing the right birth control for you and your partner.

Monday, November 1 2021
12:00pm — 1:30pm
This workshop will present the facts and common misconceptions of the most common forms of contraception (birth control). Does the birth control pill make me gain weight? Will having an intrauterine device (IUD) hurt? Does using condoms make sex less pleasurable? All these questions and more will be answered! This workshop will also empower and help individuals to choose the method of contraception that suits their lifestyle.
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Virtual Consent & Harassment (presented by SASC)

Tuesday, November 2 2021
1:00 PM — 2:30 PM
Online violence including sexual harassment, provide tools and skills for communicating in positive ways and resources for those who need support.
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Harm Reduction for Sex & Drug Use: Busting Stigma and Getting the Facts to Take Care of Ourselves and Others

Wednesday, November 3 2021
10:00AM — 11:30PM
Join ACCKWA to learn about what harm reduction is and how harm reduction relates to making sexual health and/or drug use decisions. This workshop will include valuable information as well as discussion, and will be helpful for personal health, supporting friends and family, or working with others professionally.
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STIs Happen: How to Teach and Talk about Sexually Transmitted Infections without Promoting Fear

Thursday, November 4 2021
1:00pm — 2:30pm
Medical information about prevention and treatment is crucial, but we also need to become comfortable and confident discussing sexually transmitted infections neutrally and supportively if we want people to be able to manage their sexual health and effectively prevent and treat STIs.
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Resources

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 
Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

 

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

 

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. 
Okay To Be Me

Medical Care Clinic

You can book an appointment with the Medical Care Clinic for all your sexual health needs like STI testing. 
Medical Care Clinic

 

Counselling Services

Speak with a counsellor or explore their peer supports. 
Counselling Services

 

Sexual Assault Support Centre

Speak with a counsellor or explore their peer supports. 
Sexual Assault Support Centre

 
Learn More About Services and Community Support Available To You

Sexual Health Ontario

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. 
Sexual Health Ontario

 

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