A great tool for sex and consent conversations.
Intimacy coaches who have experience providing services for people with disabilities.
A PDF guide of adapted sex toys and sexual positions for bodies of all shapes, sizes, and abilities.
A free, anonymous telephone and email info hotline where you can ask any question about sex.
British Columbia’s largest sexual health nonprofit, with lots of info and services on their website.
A sexuality and relationships website for teens and emerging adults.
A website with animated sex-ed videos on lots of crucial topics.
A website with lots of information on safer sex and STIs, including how to get tested and treated.
Friendly, encouraging places to get contraception and safer sex supplies, to get tested or treated for STIs, or to get access to abortion services.
If you don’t have a sexual health clinic nearby that’s convenient or accessible, you can also get STI testing at any Walk-In Clinic.
Friendly spaces for youth, often offering: free contraception, STI testing & treatment, pregnancy testing & general sexual health info.
Vancouver store that sells many sexual pleasure products like sex toys, vibrators, massagers, and lubricant.
The website – recently featured in the Netflix series Sex Education – celebrates diversity and combats shame.
London Drugs stores throughout BC carry several personal massagers – also known as vibrators – that are inexpensive.
Curriculum – based sexual health education for diverse learners.
If you receive disability benefits in British Columbia, you’re usually eligible for a free hormonal IUD through Pharmacare.
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