2024 Sex Toy Bingo: A Student’s Guide to Health Resources

Who’s ready for the iconic Sex Toy Bingo event, happening on February 15th in Wyckham House?! Originating nearly a decade ago in 2015, Sex Toy Bingo aims to promote and educate on consent, self-pleasure, and safe sex toy use while encouraging the exploration of sexuality and healthy relationships.

Prepare to immerse yourself in a night of self-love and empowerment! Join us for an unforgettable evening of bingo, mini-games, and performances! 

We’re committed to ensuring that students are informed about the resources available on campus and beyond so you can feel empowered with knowledge and support whenever you need! Keep reading to learn about some resources that may be beneficial to you.

2024 Sex Toy Bingo

Sex Toy Bingo is approaching on February 15th! The theme for this semester is Pink Hearts, so let’s see shades of pink throughout Wyckham House. Doors open at 7:30 pm. If you’re on the reservation list, arrive before 7:45 pm to guarantee entry. The reservation list has now been filled, but a limited number of seats will be available at the door (make sure to show up early)! 

This event welcomes students who are curious about exploring sex and sexuality and looking for education about safe sex and consent practices. Overall, providing a supportive and secure environment for discussions about self-love, relationships and sexual health. Get ready for a night of laughter and learning, and be prepared to be entertained by our special performers of the night: Burlesque Performer Karlotta Handle and Burlesque Performer Bea Lissima!

This is an 18+ event, so remember to bring one piece of valid, government-issued photo I.D. and your MRU One Card. See you there!

SAMRU Pride Centre (Room Z211)

The Pride Centre is located in Room Z211 on the second floor of Wyckham House. In the Pride Centre, you will find:

  • Pronoun Buttons
  • Free Prophylactics
  • Games
  • A Library
  • Resources & Referrals

The Pride Centre also hosts ongoing programs throughout the year, such as Crafternoon and Wellness Wind Down. Check out the Pride Events Calendar to stay updated. 

SAMRU’s Dating, Domestic, and Sexual Violence Support

If you or someone you know has been victimized by dating, domestic, or sexual violence, you are not alone. Support is within reach. SAMRU provides a space with valuable information, support, and resources. Remember, assistance is available, and we are here for you.

MRU Wellness Centre (Room U216)

MRU Wellness Services is located in Room U216 (on the way to Recreation) and provides various services and resources. If you are seeking sexual health education and/or STI testing, the services at the Health Services Medical Clinic are available to these MRU community members:

  • All credit students, including occupational programs in Continuing Education.
  • The spouse and child dependents of students living in the Indigenous Family Residence program at Mount Royal.

Additional Resources

Below are additional online and off-campus resources to get the education, information, and support you may need.

SafeLink Alberta
SafeLink Alberta is a crucial resource offering immediate and confidential support to those affected by domestic violence, connecting individuals with services tailored to their needs.

Freddie aims to revolutionize healthcare for the LGBTQ2S+ community by offering empathetic, inclusive, and expert-driven services that prioritize individual needs, barriers and stigma associated with traditional healthcare experiences.

Sex & U 
SexandU.ca provides accurate, credible, and up-to-date information and education on topics related to sexual and reproductive health.

Centre for Sexuality 
The Centre for Sexuality provides education, training, and counselling services.

Alberta Health Services – Sexual and Reproductive Health
AHS provides resources and information to Albertans on various sexual and reproductive health topics. 

Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse provides support to those affected by sexual violence.

If you have additional questions or are looking for a resource not on this list, please contact pridecentre@samru.ca.