New vision for powerful long-term impact

  In 2018 we re-branded as the Centre for Sexuality, and this year we looked ahead to the next phase of our journey. We are now moving into our 48th year with a new vision and a clear mission.   Vision: Sexual well-being for all Mission:  We teach, we train and we advocate to support healthy bodies, healthy relationships and healthy communities.   We also have a bold strategy in place to realize that vision, focusing on prevention initiatives that … Continued

ReProm: a gala event for LGBTQ2S+ adults and allies

  ReProm A gala event for LGBTQ2S+ adults and allies to re-experience prom on their own terms   February 29, 2020 Hyatt Regency Calgary ► For tickets and info:  www.reprom.ca More details and surprises to come… Follow us on social media to stay up to date!   Save the date for ReProm: a gala event for LGBTQ2S+ adults and allies to re-experience prom on their own terms. ReProm is Feb 29, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Calgary. Tix on sale Dec 1! … Continued

Online survey to inform our programming for GBT2Q guys!

  The Centre for Sexuality is seeking community feedback around the needs and experiences of gay, bisexual, transgender, two spirit, and queer guys (GBT2Q) who are into guys. We currently offer some services and programs for this community and want to ensure we are up to date on what the community needs are, and where there is room for growth. We will use the results of this assessment to inform future program changes and development. Your participation in the online … Continued

FOCUS GROUP to develop new workshop for health and social service providers

Participate in a focus group and contribute to the development of a new workshop for health and social service providers by the Canadian Public Health Association and Centre for Sexuality. We’d like to hear about your experiences accessing sexual health and harm reduction services in your community, and your ideas of how to prevent and respond to stigma and discrimination within health and social services. This includies stigma and discrimination related to sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (for example HIV, herpes, hepatitis C, chlamydia), and other … Continued

NEW Parenting Program launched with CIWA

The Centre for Sexuality and CIWA are working together on a new project titled “Healthy Relationships among Immigrant Families”. This project consists of topics related to healthy relationships, such as identity, values, communication, conflict, human rights, gender norms/stereotypes, dating, abuse/violence, advocacy, among others. There will be one program for parents and a separate program for youth between the ages of 14-19.  The series will consist of 6 sessions, approximately 1.5-2 hours each, and we are looking for individuals who can … Continued

7th Annual Pride Brunch for Camp fYrefly

  Join us for a spectacular brunch from the Hyatt, performances from Camp fYrefly youth, and much more. The event will be emcee’d by the amazing Mike Morrison from Mike’s Bloggity Blog. Treat your table to a bottle of champagne for mimosas and to help support the cause! Pre-order when you buy your tickets and have your bottle(s) chilled and waiting at your table when brunch begins. Bottles will also be available for purchase at the event. Saturday, August 31, 2019 … Continued

Get Tested At Least Once A Year

Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights is currently running a national social marketing campaign, funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada, to increase STI testing among young people between the ages of 15 and 24. Why? STI testing rates are low, particularly among young people. Getting tested at least once a year is a great way to take care of our health. However, beyond yearly routine testing, there are other important moments when it is a good idea to visit our office … Continued