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SIECCAN & TROJAN

Sexual Health

SIECCAN and Trojan (Church and Dwight Canada) collaborate to develop and disseminate sexual and reproductive health resources for people in Canada. Trojan has provided unrestricted funding to SIECCAN to conduct national surveys on sexual health and well-being. The results of these surveys inform the development of informational resources with a focus on STI risk reduction and sexual well-being.

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INCLUSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT: A GUIDE FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

CONDOMS ARE A GOOD CHOICE TO PROTECT SEXUAL HEALTH

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Bisexuality and Sexual Health
Bisexuality and Sexual Health

Bisexuality and Sexual Health

CONDOMS ARE A GOOD CHOICE TO PROTECT SEXUAL HEALTH
CONDOMS ARE A GOOD CHOICE TO PROTECT SEXUAL HEALTH

Use condoms to reduce STI risk and prevent unwanted pregnancy

Celebrating LGBTQ+ Sexual Health and Wellbeing
Celebrating LGBTQ+ Sexual Health and Wellbeing

Celebrating LGBTQ+ Sexual Health and Wellbeing

Coming Out of COVID: A Fresh Start for Sexual Health
Coming Out of COVID: A Fresh Start for Sexual Health

Coming Out of COVID: A Fresh Start for Sexual Health

Condoms and PrEP
Condoms and PrEP

Condoms and PrEP

GenZ Women are Enjoying Self-Pleasure more than Men
GenZ Women are Enjoying Self-Pleasure more than Men

GenZ Women are Enjoying Self-Pleasure more than Men

HIV/STI Prevention Toolkit
HIV/STI Prevention Toolkit

HIV/STI Prevention Toolkit

STI Concern and Condom Use
STI Concern and Condom Use

STI Concern and Condom Use

Sexual Health Survey of Canadian University Students
Sexual Health Survey of Canadian University Students

Sexual Health Survey of Canadian University Students

What Does COVID-19 Mean for My Sex Life
What Does COVID-19 Mean for My Sex Life

What Does COVID-19 Mean for My Sex Life

Who's More Likely to Report Using a Condom
Who's More Likely to Report Using a Condom

Who's More Likely to Report Using a Condom

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STI Risk Among Single Adults

Sexual Health of Canadian University Students Study: Report on Masturbation and Self-Pleasure

Sexual Health of Canadian University Students Study: Report on Modern Sex Trends (Porn, Cannabis, Alcohol, and Tinder/Grinder Use)

Sexual Health of Canadian University Students: Preliminary Report

Trojan/SIECCAN Research Reports

82% of undergrads
report being
happy with
their sex lives

50% of single midlife Canadians (age 40-59)
report having sex
1/month or more

Condoms do not
negatively impact ratings of pleasure during sex for university students

21% of university
students connected
with a sex partner
on a dating app

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Coming Out of COVID: A Fresh Start for Sexual Health
Coming Out of COVID: A Fresh Start for Sexual Health

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Sex During COVID-19: Things to Think About
Sex During COVID-19: Things to Think About

Fact Sheet

What Does COVID-19 Mean for My Sex Life
What Does COVID-19 Mean for My Sex Life

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COVID 19 & Sexual Health

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Academic Research Publications

Abstracts from Recent Journal Articles

Prevalence and predictors of condom use in a national sample of Canadian university students

Was it good for you too?: An analysis of gender differences in oral sex practices and pleasure ratings among heterosexual Canadian university students

Prevalence and correlates of condom use among single midlife Canadian women and men aged 40 to 59

Do Associations Between Pleasure Ratings and Condom Use During Penile–Vaginal Intercourse Vary by Relationship Type?: A Study of Canadian University Students

Prevalence and Predictors of Sexual Problems Among Midlife Canadian Adults: Results from a National Survey

High Emotional and Sexual Satisfaction Among Partnered Midlife Canadians: Associations with Relationship Characteristics, Sexual Activity and Communication, and Health

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