Sexpo Week begins today! We have two free, virtual workshops happening on October 25th and 26th, followed by Sex Toy Bingo on October 27th. Take a look at the workshop details.
If you’re interested in learning more about sexual health, sexuality, and safe sex practices, or if you are looking for support in any of these areas, take a read through this list of resources.
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:
- The Gender-Affirming Clothing Swap
- Pronoun Buttons
- Free Prophylactics
- A library
- Resources & Referrals
The Pride Centre also hosts ongoing programs throughout the year, such as Crafternoon, Rainbow Post, and Building the Love You Want. Check out the Pride Centre events calendar.
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. Help is available. SAMRU offers information, support, and resources.
MRU Wellness Services (Room U216)
MRU Wellness Services is located in Room U216 (on the way to Recreation) and provides a variety of 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
- Faculty members of the Mount Royal Faculty Association (MRFA)
- Employee members of the Mount Royal Staff Association (MRSA), Mount Royal exempt management, and employees
- The spouse and child dependents of students living in the Indigenous Family Residence program at Mount Royal
Below are some additional online and off-campus resources so that you can get whatever education, information, and support you may need.
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 a wide variety of sexual and reproductive health topics.
If you have additional questions or are looking for a resource that is not on this list, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org