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"Getting to Zero: Zero transmission, zero discrimination, zero deaths"

Published November 13, 2013

December 1 is World Aids Day. In 2013, the theme chosen by the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux was once again inspired by the World Health Organization. Accordingly, the Ministère is distributing a poster in french entitled« Objectif Zéro : Zéro transmission, Zéro préjugé, Zéro décès » to Québec health institutions and schools.

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Our Romeos: All they think about is sex, right?

Published February 6, 2013

In number 22, the team from The SexEducator proposes answers on male identity and masculinity: definitions to help us understand, criteria for masculinity; the Real Man’s code, is he who loves another Romeo a man? 

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The bi trend: Open mindedness or trivialization?

Published November 30, 2012

In number 21, the team from The SexEducator proposes answers to questions like: “Is bisexuality a myth or a reality? Is bisexuality a common sexual orientation? Is bisexuality and bisexual behaviours the same thing? Is bisexuality a trend among teens?”

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"Getting to Zero: Zero transmission, zero discrimination, zero deaths"

Published October 31, 2012

December 1 is World Aids Day. In 2012, the theme chosen by the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux was inspired by the World Health Organization. Accordingly, the Ministère is distributing a poster entitled "Getting to Zero: Zero transmission, zero discrimination, zero deaths" to Québec health institutions and schools.

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Having a baby or thinking about it...

Published April 20, 2012

You want to do everything you can to make sure your baby is born healthy. So during the next few months, you’ll want to take good care of yourself. Health professionals offer you different infections screening tests.

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Flirting on line

Published April 12, 2012

« Do we really know the people we meet online? Can we trust a friend we meet on the Internet? Can we fall in love with someone we meet on the Internet? Why is it easier to assert our identity online than in person?» To read this 20th issue or become a member of The Sex Educator community Ce lien ouvre une nouvelle fenêtre.

HIV screening / I'm getting tested

Published March 22, 2012

You have taken risks: You have had unprotected sexual relations, shared used needles or You have had several sex partners? Almost half of people infected with HIV have no symptoms when they get tested.

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Youth and sexism

Published January 31, 2012

In number 19, the team from The SexEducator proposes answers to questions like: " What is sexism, exactly? What about sexual stereotypes? How is sexism manifested in adolescents? To read this 19th issue or become a member of The Sex Educator community 
 

Sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections are popular. Use condoms!

Published November 25, 2011

From November 25th to December 1st, this STBBI prevention campaign urges people to keep using condoms, still the easiest and most practical way to protect ourselves, in any circumstances and regardless of sexual orientation. The campaign ends on December 1st, World Aids Day 2011.

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Flirting with seduction

Published October 11, 2011

The team from The SexEducator community proposes answers to questions like: " Why talk to teens about seduction, What exactly do we mean by seduction? What are the different faces of seduction at adolescence?"

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