We offer a quarterly programme of workshops which provide information and a chance to discuss physical health issues, including sexual health.
We understand that while regular check-ups are an important part of sexual health for people who are sexually active, there are many other aspects that affect our choices in relationships and sexual health. In addition to providing practical information and signposting, our information sessions cover a range of topics, whether they are directly relevant to our own experiences as LGBT people, or help us to feel more informed about the issues affecting other people in our lives.
Previous topics have ranged from safety in relationships and safer cruising, to body image. Guest speakers have given presentations or shared their personal experiences of health conditions which affect sexual health, such as HIV, breast cancer and prostate cancer. We seek to reflect the diversity of our LGBT communities within our programmed activities.
For information on our Edinburgh-based health workshops please see the What’s On section.
For more information please contact Annette at email@example.com or call 0131 652 3281 or 0131 523 1100.
Sexual health resources and information
You will find a range of sexual health information on the following websites:
- Terence Higgins Trust information on STIs and HIV as well as sections for trans men and trans women
- Waverley Care focus on HIV and Hep C
- NHS Choices information for lesbian and bisexual women
If you would like time to speak with someone about issues affecting your sexual health and relationships please call our LGBT Helpline Scotland on 0300 123 2523 Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 12noon and 9pm, or visit the website.