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Sexual fantasies during adolescence

Published June 17, 2011

The team from The SexEducator community proposes answers to questions like: "  But what exactly is a fantasy? , What is a “sexual” fantasy? , What is the purpose of sexual fantasy?".

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Communication in adolescent couples

Published April 6, 2011

The team from The SexEducator community proposes answers to questions like: "Why is it so difficult to discuss sexuality with your boyfriend or girlfriend? How do you go about talking with your boyfriend or girlfriend about how you feel about him or her or your desire to have a sexual relation?".

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2010-2011 Prevention Campaign

Published March 21, 2011

This year, two campaigns will run simultaneously. The one targeting young people reminds them that infected individuals do not always have visible symptoms, which is why always using condoms is so important. The campaign for adults delivers the message: "Let's Take Action to Stop the Spread of STIs."

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Love and Sexuality: First Times

Published January 21, 2011

The team from The SexEducator community looks at first love and what it involves: first kiss, first sexual contact, first discussions on condom use and contraception, first meeting with a boyfriend’s or girlfriend’s parents.

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Sexual Health, Protect It !

Published January 21, 2011

The team from the SexEducator community proposes an update and expanded edition of the The Sex Educator  Magazine about sexual health for adolescents. Given the resurgence of the sexually transmitted and blood-born infections among young people in Québec, it is essential to increase preventive actions.

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2009-2010 campaign for young people

Published July 27, 2010

The campaign for preventing STI's aims at encouraging young people to use condoms with their partners and to continue using condoms after their initial relations. The theme is "Beware and Be Aware." It reminds young people that infected individuals do not always have visible symptoms, which is why always using condoms is so important. Condoms. 100% on.

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The SexEducator Magazine

Published June 23, 2010

Number 14 is now available. In this new edition the main subject is: "Helping young people make informed choices with regard to screening tests for sexually transmitted and blood-born infections".

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End of Québec's Financial Assistance Program for Persons Infected With the Hepatitis C Virus

Published March 19, 2010

Individuals who are eligible for compensation under the Québec Financial Assistance Program for Persons Infected With the Hepatitis C Virus have until 4:30 P.M. on June 30, 2010 to contact the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec and obtain the application for financial assistance.

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2009-2010 campaign for adults

Published March 2, 2010

The "Let's Take Action to Stop the Spread of STIs" awareness campaign is calling on the people of Québec to rally together. The campaign includes radio messages, posters throughout the health and social services system, the launch of itss.gouv.qc.ca Ce lien ouvrira une nouvelle fenêtre. and publicity where people meet. 

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December 1, 2009, World AIDS Day

Published December 1, 2009

In Québec, despite prevention efforts that have been made over the last few years, 3 to 4 people still get infected with HIV every day. In its message to mark World AIDS Day 2009, the Ministère wishes to remind the population that prevention, screening and treatment are still the best ways to stop the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted and blood borne infections.

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