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Presenting an all new SexandU.ca

The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (SOGC) is pleased to present a new name, a refreshed design, and all updated content for its award-winning website on sexual and reproductive health: SexandU.ca.

Formerly known as SexualityandU.ca, this website has provided access to accurate, unbiased, and evidence-based information on sexual health, since 2001. With more than 8 million visits per year, it has been the trusted go-to resource for information on sexual and reproductive health in Canada and around the world, for over 15 years.

Recognizing that relationships, sexual diversity, sexual practices, and contraception options are continuously evolving – the refreshed SexandU.ca reflects the fast-paced changes of our time.

Find all the information you need within the following sections:

  • Your Body
  • Sexual Activity
  • LGBTTQ+
  • STIs
  • Contraception
  • Pregnancy
  • Consent

 

New sections have been added to the website to address some of today’s concerns, such as online dangers, increasing rates of STIs, consent, and sexual assault when drugs or alcohol are involved.

Today’s digital world makes it easy to find information on any topic you can imagine. But when it comes to credible information on sexual health, an online search can give shocking or questionable results. SexandU.ca is a trusted resource for anyone of any age.  

While the information on the website is not intended to replace in-person consultations with a health professional, our aim is to ensure that every person has access to evidence-based information on sexual and reproductive health in order to make informed decisions.

SexandU.ca presents real facts by real doctors. Content on the site is developed by the SOGC in collaboration with a team of health professionals that includes obstetricians, gynaecologists, family doctors, public health representatives, and educators. 

Sex can be an awkward topic to discuss. SexandU.ca makes it easy to find answers to questions about sex in a discreet, confidential manner, without the need for an awkward conversation.

While respecting the sensitive nature of the issues, we don’t hesitate to get straight to the point and provide the information needed to make healthy and safe choices when it comes to sex. Whether nervous to ask the question or nervous to answer the question – visiting the website is a good place to start.

At SexandU.ca, we don’t do awkward. Just the facts.