« Our Agenda » est une ressource en ligne mise au point par le réseau de la GMSH dans le but de répondre à un ensemble complexe de facteurs, notamment le bien-être affectif et physique des hommes gais.
Ce site renferme une foule de renseignements pour t’aider à vivre une sexualité satisfaisante et allumante en fonction de tes désirs. Tes partenaires et toi y trouverez aussi toute l’information nécessaire pour éclairer les décisions qui ont un impact sur votre santé.
This document includes a lot of relevant information about the campaign including: key messages, campaign scope, ideas on how to promote, a press release, common Q & A and more!
The Sex You Want is a campaign developed to increase GBMSM awareness of new HIV prevention and sexual health strategies. Topics covered include: biology of HIV transmission, condoms, undetectable viral load, PEP, and PrEP. The campaign also seeks to support the implementation of sexual health strategies within the unique contexts of gay men’s lives.
This guide is designed to answer some of your questions about HIV disclosure and the law in Canada. Most of it is about criminal law. It also has information about disclosure and other areas of law, for example: public health, privacy, employment, travel and immigration. Developed in partnership with HALCO.
it is a three part workshop developed to be delivered to local mental health providers to increase their capacity to more effectively respond to the unique mental health stressors that gay and bisexual men experience. The workshop covers gay social determinants of health, intersectionality, syndemics and resilience.
Our Agenda is a campaign developed to support GBMSM in making the link between emotional/mental health and sexual health. The website responds to research that shows that multiple epidemics (depression, substance use, partner violence, etc.) are playing out in our community and reinforce each other. The website includes interactive features and blogs from community members.
The GMSH Skills Building Symposium is a conference focused on GBMSM health, HIV prevention and sexual health promotion. These summits bring together Ontario’s ASO leadership and gay men’s programs to engage in research, programming strategies, and good practices in sexual health work with GBMSM. This event is by invite only.
This guide is designed to support online (sexual health) outreach services to GBMSM. This program guide captures recommendations, best practices and processes currently being used by different online outreach programs across Ontario. The guide includes research evidence that is based in Ontario and evaluates the efficacy of online outreach work to local GBMSM.
This sexual health guide was written by and for trans men who have sex with other men. It contains information on staying sexually, emotionally, and mentally safe and healthy. Topics covered include finding sex, having safer sex, and how to prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.