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  • Gayhealth.sg launches new youth-led programme for gay and bi men

What does home mean to you? For many of us, growing up queer/questioning, meant the community, which has expanded from the staple of online chat rooms, bars, clubs, saunas, community based organizations to include mobile apps and other digital spaces. These are the safe spaces where we can be ourselves, accepted, and loved.

What we call home, has changed dramatically over the last few years.

While the internet has provided generations of gay men a platform to meet, it isn’t always a safe haven for young gay, bi or questioning men. It is clearer than ever that safe, physical spaces to exist is needed. A space where young gay and bi men can connect, access sexual health services, and build a support network.

First and foremost, Pink Carpet Y is a resource center, and we work closely with our community partners, and care-givers to form a supportive network where young GBQ men can access services safely.

PCY also offers the following peer-led services as well.

Pink Carpet Youth Drop in centre

The drop-in center provides a safe space for anyone who identify as being gay, bisexual males, are coming to terms with their sexuality. The centre will provide the opportunity for you to make new friends through games, theatre, movies and quizzes.

Sex & Fun Workshops

These ain’t your usual sit-down-and-listen-to-me workshops. They are designed to be interactive, fun, and sexy. Pick up practical skills and tips from peers, and learn how to take charge of your sexual health, so you have the sex you want.

Our workshops will explore topics such as long term relationship, starting out, coming out, exploring the different kinds of sex, or why you should test regularly.

Sexual Health Screening

Working closely with service providers, such as the DSC Clinic, & our own anonymous HIV Testing Service. we are able to provide you with very affordable sexual health screening, in a setting that is safe, and non-judgemental.

Click the next tab to find out how you can get a free HIV & Syphilis test at Pink Carpet.

Become a Peer Leader

If you are looking for opportunities to hone your skills, gain experiences before joining the workforce, or want to give back to the community? We are more than happy to provide the training and platform. This is your programme after-all.

Wondering if this is right for you?

  • Do you want to make friends in a safe setting?
  • Do you want to learn how you can take charge of your sexual health needs?
  • Do you want to be a peer leader?
  • Would you like to be in a safe space to be who you are?
  • Do you identify as a gay, bi or questioning male?
  • Aged 25 and below?

If you answered yes, this is your programme. PCY adopts a sex positive attitude, towards sexual health education, through our series of interactive, peer-led workshops, social gatherings and events.

Regular screening for sexually transmitted infections including HIV and Syphilis allows you to take charge of your sexual health. Being sure is SEXY.

Safety is sexy

As a young GBQ man, you might qualify for a free test at Pink Carpet, drop us an email to learn more.


Pink Carpet is a Gay and Bi men friendly sexual health service operating within the AfA Anonymous Test Site (ATS).

Regular testing puts you in control of your HIV and STI status allowing you to protect your health and the health of your sexual partners. However, we understand that that taking a HIV test can be a very stressful event, and that’s why we are here for you.

Pink Carpet wants to make the experience as simple, safe, and appropriate for the community.

If you find out you have HIV, you can then take steps to benefit your health, including talking to your doctor about treatment. There are plenty of services available to assist you with a new HIV diagnosis, including many provided by gayhealth.sg.

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Drop us an e-mail at PCY@gayhealth.sg and our coordinators will get in touch with you.

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