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Upcoming Events › Sexual Violence Awareness

    July 2021

  • HIV Self Testing
    • 3:00 PM — 4:30 PM

    You can get a free, at-home test for HIV mailed right to you through GetAKit.com. Learn how to do that, why you might want this option, how the test works, and a little about the fight to get self-testing approved in Canada. Presented by the AIDS Committee of Durham Region (ACDR).

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  • Supporting Survivors
    • 1:00 PM — 2:00 PM

    What does it mean to take a disclosure? When talking about sexual violence, is there a difference between disclosures and reporting? What support options exist for the campus community? We understand that responding to a disclosure can be difficult. That’s why we encourage everyone to join us for a conversation about how to respond to sexual violence disclosures and learn how to have a positive impact on survivors. Students will receive an email closer to the date with the session…

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  • Safer Sex: condoms, dental dams, and testing
    • 3:00 PM — 4:30 PM

    There are lots of ways to have sex! Safer sex isn’t just for people having penis-in-vagina sex. Safer sex means you know about material options that feel good on your skin, how to use barriers, your options, getting tested, and feeling more confident about using what you know. If you want to know more about things like safer oral, internal condoms, PrEP, latex sensitivities, and making your own dental dams, this is for you. Presented by the AIDS Committee of…

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  • August 2021

  • Sex Talk
    • 3:00 PM — 4:30 PM

    Talking about sex is a learned skill. Discuss things like dealing with sex awkwardness, asking for the sex you want, consent in practice, and pushing back against the harmful norms that keep us quiet. We will borrow a few lessons from how consent and boundaries are negotiated in BDSM, because honestly, the skills are basically the same. Presented by the AIDS Committee of Durham Region (ACDR).

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  • Navigating non-monogamy
    • 3:00 PM — 4:30 PM

    Non-monogamous relationships, polyamory, open relationships, “looking for third”: what do these terms mean? What is it like to navigate a relationship that is not monogamous? It’s a conversation that many of us in the 2SLGBTQIA community are having. Get in on that conversation in this workshop. There are no perfect answers. Instead, we will learn terminology, hear from someone with firsthand experience, and discuss some of the debates and conflicts around ideals versus practice. Presented by the AIDS Committee of…

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