This clinic is being offered by and for our trans and queer communities for self-identified queer, trans, gender-non-conforming or questioning people. Our aim is to provide a comfortable space for all! The evening will include:
∙Drop-in Paps and STI (sexually transmitted infection) screening with a nurse or doctor
∙Sexual health information by community partners
∙Drop in space with sexual health info
Paps (screening for cervical cancer) are recommended in BC for anyone who has had any kind of sexual touching with a partner of any gender, either three years after any sexual activity or by the time you are 21- whichever comes first. (See below)
More information regarding cervical screening for queer and trans people is available here:
*Please note, this evening is separate from other Catherine White Holman Wellness Centre clinics and not all regular services and providers will be available.*
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We are pleased to announce that there will be an awesome informal workshop on anal health and pleasure added to this evening’s agenda. It is FREE! and will be held downstairs from the clinic space. Read on and spread the word!
What What? (In the Butt)
Does it really feel good? How can we make it feel better? How can we keep it safe AND hot? What about the mess? These are just some of the frequently asked questions about anal play, a richly erotic form of sexual exploration.
if you’re curious about these questions, or have some more of your own, please join us in this informal, question-and-answer styled conversation circle on anal pleasure and health. You can participate in the discussion at whatever level you’re comfortable with, and there will be a question box where you can anonymously ask questions.
Jenn De Roo is a Registered Clinical Counsellor from East Vancouver with a specialization in sexual pleasure and health. Jenn is genderqueer, genderfluid, and online at genderoo.com