FAQ

  • Question:  What should I do if I think I may have an STI?
    • Answer:  You should see a health care professional immediately and get tested for STD’s.  Once you have been screened for sexually transmitted infections, a health care professional can provide treatment if necessary.  A health care professional will be able to answer any questions you may have regarding STI’s.
  • Question: What are common symptoms of STD’s?  
    • Answer:  Many times no symptoms show in infected individuals so it's important to get tested, especially if you have multiple sexual partners.  However, some common symptoms are burning during urination, discharge from the penis or vagina, vaginal bleeding, pain during vaginal sex, sores on the genitals, or pain in the testicles.
  • Question: What should I do if I was sexually assaulted?
    •  Answer: If something has happened, get to a safe place as soon as possible.  For more information on steps that should be taken visit the Police Services website.
  • Question: What is Asexuality?
    • Answer: Asexuality is when an individual doesn experience sexual attraction. Here's a Buzzfeed video to elaborate!
  • Question: Do I Sound Gay?
    • Answer: Here's a short documentry about "sounding gay" called "Do I Sound Gay?".
  • Question: What kind of gay am I?
    • Answers: Here a link to an interactive infographic detailing some types of gay identifications and how to identify yourself if you're interested!