Show posts for July, 2011

inSpot e-card
Whoops, your doctor just called and said you have chlamydia! No worries, you’re just like 11,173 other British Columbians! You’ve gotten treatment from your doctor, but now what?
educate liberate celebrate with vancouver pride
Vancouver's Pride Week 2011 officially kicks off today with a fabulous schedule of events.  The 33rd Annual Pride Parade is set for Sunday, July 31st, but do you know about the other great events going on to celebrate Vancouver’s vibrant LGBTQ...
Gonorrhea plush toy from Giant Microbes
[UPDATE Thursday September 22: The CBC has released a new article about an antibiotic strain of Gonorrhea found in Ontario.] Resistant Gonorrhea Strain Found in Japan With the recent news of an antibiotic resistant strain of gonorrhea being found in...
Smart phone
Recent Canadian statistics show that significantly fewer women aged 25 to 49 report condom use at last intercourse compared to those aged 15 to 24. Yet, education campaigns on condom use and safe sex tend to focus on teens and young people in their...
How do new ways of communicating affect intimacy and sexual practices for women in the digital era? PhD candidate Cindy Masaro is conducting an online survey to examine the different types of sexual activities that dating women most often engage in...