We have gathered together a list of resources available across Ontario and online.
Primed: A Sex Guide for Trans Men Into Men was the first sexual health resource written by and for gay, bi and queer trans men. It was first published in 2007, and updated in 2015. Based on an Ontario-wide assessment of the sexual health needs of gay, bi and queer trans men, Primed prioritizes our diverse bodies, desires, and sexualities. This resource will spark discussion about the many ways that trans men have sex and how we interact with our gay/queer men's communities.
Topics covered in the guide include: disclosure, finding sex and cruising, safer sex and harm reduction, HIV and other STIs, and more!
Many of the services listed below are widely available in major urban centres, but may be more difficult to access in smaller cities, suburban communities and rural areas. No matter where you live, you have a right to expect access to adequate quality health care services. However, we can’t guarantee that all of the services listed will be trans-friendly. Seek-out friends and family, or agencies specializing in trans advocacy or with trans-friendly policies, for tips to advocate for yourself when accessing these services.