Show posts for February, 2012

Jennifer Breakspear
The Board of Directors of Options for Sexual Health is proud to announce that we have found our new Executive Director. As most of you know, Greg Smith is moving on to some new challenges this spring after a decade of devotion to Opt. We will miss...
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The Community Pap Project is an exciting study aiming to explore ways to improve access to cervical screening in BC’s queer populations. And this community based participatory research study is looking for participants!  
In this video, Wrenna Robertson talks to Ron Collins of Options for Sexual Health about her book, I'll Show You Mine, which contains a diversity of photographs of the genitals of 60 women and stories about each woman’s relationships with her...
Opt is looking for a new workshop space! Our regular space in North Burnaby, a beautiful heritage building, has decided that they will no longer be renting this building out to public service agencies anymore. This building has served us quite well...
Opt's own resident sexologist, Ashleigh Turner talks to the Georgia Straight about oxytocin and the health benefits of sex.
On Monday, February 6th, Stephen Woodworth, the Tory MP for Kitchener Centre, tabled a motion that has the potential to re-open the abortion debate, despite the Harper government's insistence that it has no plans to engage in the conversation. 
Are you a nurse, counsellor or sex educator who is passionate about sharing knowledge and resources about human sexuality and sexual health? The 1-800-SEX-SENSE Line is looking for you! We're hiring a casual line Supervisor in March.
Supporters of reproductive choice, believers in a vision of a society celebrating healthy sexuality, and lovers of rational, informed discourse about issues, have lost a respected and compassionate ally with the death of Dr. Wilson Dillon.