Here are some online and offline resources to keep you safer while playing in groups or with multiple partners:

Sexual Health Ontario

Great clearinghouse of information on sexually transmitted infections (learn about symptoms and treatment) and where to find clinics all across Ontario:

AIDS and Sexual Health Infoline

Want to ask a question to a live person? Try the AIDS and Sexual Health Infoline (Toronto Public Health). Multilingual counselors available. Questions might include:

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
  • Pre-test and post-test options
  • Information and referral to point of care HIV Rapid Test sites province-wide
  • Safer sex activities
  • Risk assessment
  • Birth control options
  • Emergency contraception
  • Sexuality
  • Relationship concerns
  • Pregnancy and options
  • Sexual orientation
  • Injection drug use and needle exchange programs
  • Referral to appropriate clinics and community agencies
  • Crisis intervention

Tested positive for a sexually transmitted infection? You'll need to tell your partners. You can use an anonymous e-card from  Lots of other great sexually transmitted infection info on here and where to find clinics.

Planned Parenthood of Toronto

Great resources for youth, including a peer-to-peer teen texting service. All PPT services are offered within a pro-choice, inclusive, youth-friendly, non-judgmental environment.


STI Testing in Montreal: Alternatives

Sexy tip: don't forget to keep your toys safe too. Condoms on sex toys (dildos, butt plugs, vibrators) not only make for easier clean ups, but also prevent the exchange of bodily fluids. Remember to change the condom between each person using it.


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