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Gwyneth Paltrow does sex-ed 101.
Who would play you in the TV-version of your life?  Opt Educator Kristen Gilbert  watches Gwyneth Paltrow play her on 'Glee'
Opt's new "Clap for the Winner" award  will be given this autumn to an individual, group or organization in BC whose efforts to repress sexual expression, prolong ignorance, or oppose access to sexual and reproductive care, warrant particular...
A new research project in the southern Interior is offering a sexual health clinic to help people who are experiencing sexual difficulties as a result of cancer or cancer treatment.
Sex and the Law pamphlet cover
They're heeeere! Did you know that newly updated Sex and the Law: A review of your sexual rights and responsibilities in Canada pamphlets are now available? Thanks to funding from the Law Foundation of BC, Opt was able to update this popular...
Putting sex in advertising PSA screen shot
What do you give someone on their anniversary? Flowers? Champagne? How about a public service announcement?
Ferry riders using BC Ferries' free Wi-Fi service are out of luck if they want to buy condoms online or research where to get an abortion. That's because BC Ferries' online web filters are designed to block any websites about "sex education and...
The University of New Brunswick is conducting an online study on how being diagnosed with a STI impacts sexuality and sexual well-being. You do not need to have been diagnosed with an STI to participate. The study seeks males and females who are the...
Rachael Phelps has pieced together a series of advertisements which contrast European and American attitudes about sex. Very telling. Very funny.
Sex workers face extreme levels of stigma and social exclusion, often fearful of the social consequences of speaking openly about their work. When they do, they risk being stereotyped, with few people looking beyond the label of "sex worker" to see...
Sex trade workers celebrate
In a trial brought forward by three Toronto sex-trade workers in 2009, Ontario Superior Court Justice Susan Himel ruled that the laws that forbid running a bawdy house, communicating for the purpose of prostitution, and living off the avails of...

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