Sex

ASK

The Ask Workshop discusses respectful relationships, personal safety, and other effective communication methods in an effort to prevent sexual assault. Talking about sexual assault can be intimidating, but it happens far too often to be ignored or dismissed. In this workshop, students learn about healthy relationships, sexual assault and how to support someone who has been sexually assaulted. Maximum Participants: 30

The Contraception Connection

"I want something that protects against STIs and unwanted pregnancies, but that I don't have to remember to take everyday." Contraception Connection introduces students to different forms of birth control. With actual example products to examine, they get the opportunity to learn about the pros and cons of each, where to get them and how much each would cost. Maximum Participants: 30

Consensual Non-Monogamous Relationship

This workshop conveys the importance of trust, honesty and communication in relationships. Students will gain knowledge about existing variations of non-monogamy, address common stereotypes related to non-monogamy, and promote self-awareness in terms of personal comfort levels related to non-monogamy. This workshop can be run in two versions, an introduction and a version for those wanting to discuss this topic in more detail. Maximum Participants: 30

Hot and Spicy

Fun is not just a three letter word. It can be sharing bubble baths, feeding each other fondue, or frottage. Sex can be a lot of fun when both parties have consented and are ready, but there are always alternative ways of having fun if you're not, or if you want to add a little spice to your relationship. This workshop outlines alternatives to sex, tests knowledge of risk levels associated with different sexual activities, and teaches participants how to communicate assertively. Maximum Participants: 30

Inspect Your Gadget

Offers the most up-to-date information regarding the risks and precautions associated with practicing safer sex. There is also a focus on communication between partners in sexual relationships. It discerns between low-, moderate-, and high-risk sexual activities and will educate participants on how to protect themselves from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) when engaging in activities at each of the risk levels. Maximum Participants: 30

Sex Toys Workshop

The sex toy workshop is designed to instil in students a sense of respect for sexual diversity, to convey the importance of sexual communication in a relationship, and to enhance students' appreciation of different sex toys. Students will be better equipped with knowledge about sex toy safety and care as well as knowledge about where they can purchase sex toys. Maximum Participants: 30

Sex-Tac-Toe

Want to have some sexy-fun with your floor tonight? Find out what you know about sex in this tic-tac-toe game that quizzes participants on sex facts, sexually transmitted infections, different sexual positions and more. Maximum Participants: 40

Sex 101

A crash course in sexuality that your group is bound to enjoy! It covers a wide range of information including: sexual communication and consent, sex toys, lubricant, safer sex, and sex pleasure. This workshop runs in a presentation style so it is a better choice for large audiences. Recommended Participants: Minimum 20 -Maximum 60

Mental Well-Being

Visit the University of Guelph's Mental Well-Being website for more information on Mental Wellness, including how to help a friend in need, and quick tips on dealing with feelings of anxiety, depression, stress, loneliness, relationship issues, and sleep issues. Also find other healthy living resources on campus and ways to get connected and involved in your campus community for overall mental health and wellbeing.

Mental Well-Being