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Action for AIDS convenes a Community Consultation on PrEP

The world has committed to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030. WHO and UNAIDS have recognized
that achieving this target will not be possible without reinvigorating HIV prevention strategies to
hasten the decline in adult infections.

Be PrEP-ared – Community Dialogue

Community Dialogue: Exploring the acceptability and planning for the roll-out of PrEP among men who have sex with men in Singapore.

Seminar- Coffee, Tea or PrEP/PEP

Seminar- Coffee, Tea or PrEP/PEP. Registration is open now. Email will be send for confirmation due to the limited amount of seats available.

HIV 101 & Pre-Pink Dot Gathering

A huge thanks to everyone who turned up for my very first HIV 101 workshop last Saturday and I hope you guys enjoyed the pre-Pink Dot gathering too!!

The objective of the workshop is to share basic HIV knowledge with the participants and refresher course for the volunteers. Topics on body fluids, window period , PEP and etc. were being touched on.

Alex Tan

Alex Tan

MSM Programme Coordinator

 

The pre-Pink Dot gathering was a get-to-know each other session where new and current volunteers get to know each other. The volunteers got the first look of the gift that gayhealth.sg will be giving out this Saturday. So all of you out there, please keep a look out for our gift which is coming to you soon!!

Please stay tune for more upcoming workshops and gatherings soon!!

See you guys @ Pink Dot 2015.

Signing off, Alex Tan (MSM coordinator)


 

 

Sexually Transmitted Infections(STIs) Workshop

Think you know all the Sexually Transmitted Infections(STIs)? How does it spread ? The symptoms? The stages for infections? The treatments and some even have vaccination to prevent you from getting them?

STIs workshop

 


gayhealth.sg partnered with DSC Clinic on November 27, 2014 for our MSM volunteers and their friends. The workshop was very informative for the participants and many left with a different view of how easily the infections can be transmitted. The feedbacks were positives and some even shared on Facebook about what they had learnt.

“Attended a fruitful session on STDs. It’s very interesting to have a Doctor speaker and explain in more details on STD. Two types mainly, the viruses like herpes 2 and warts which will stay in our body even when symptoms are gone and bacteria type which covers the rest which can be cured. But that doesn’t mean it won’t come back, if u have even a deep kissing of mouth to mouth, you will still get syphilis! So get a regular partner(s) and reduce the risk. Even precum has viruses… Argh.. And your listerene doesn’t blast your mouth super clean after either. Know your risk, play your part.” – R.E

Want to know more about these Sexually Transmitted Infections? Click on the link below for more articles in our Survival Kit!


Missing out on our workshops? Do follow to know our upcoming workshops coming to you soon!!!

A Good Handjob

A Good “Hand Job” is Hard to Find

I remember a very good friend who will regularly caters to all my needs. He would often know exactly when my body starts craving for his touch, even when there is a lack of verbal communication. He knew where and how to get a respond from my body, simply by touching me.

He is the only guy I know who gained great satisfaction from watching another person moan out in pleasure or scream out “oh my f-ing god” when he rolled his oiled palms on their naked back. If you thought I was talking about something else; then, sorry to disappoint you, but I was talking about getting a good massage.

A good masseuse is hard to find, yet receiving a good massage is one of the richest, intimate, human connection two people can share. Often we forget how another person’s hands can relief us from the stress in our body.

So, we conducted a massage workshop last Thursday (7 Aug 2014) and 16 turned up for this unique, kinky yet safe event. Participants were given a short crash course on simple massage techniques and were sent off in pairs , so they could practice on their partner.

It was very interesting to observe how (with much shyness and giggling) as the group started to introduce themselves, and their body to their partner. Yet once the lights were dimmed, the room went silent, and every one focused on delivering the best they could. Towards the end, everyone was relaxed, and comfortable with themselves and their body to mingle and share their experiences with the group and trainer. If you missed this workshop, be sure to connect with our FacebookTwitter or bookmark gayhealth.sg and receive updates for future workshops.


 Here are testimonials from the participants:

“Thank you for initiating and leading this workshop. It was a great learning experience. I found it very well conducted, engaging, and enriching. I’ll definitely apply what I learned there. Looking forward to the next workshops”

Zaki

“The trainer’s candor and professionalism made it easy for us to let go of our inhibitions, and I learned a lot about myself- such as that I’m pretty good at giving massages, it seems. :)”

And

“I feel certain that these new skills will stop my boyfriend from cheating on me.”

D.G 


 Upcoming Workshops

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If you see a content that should not be here, a photo of you that you would like us to remove, drop us a mail with the link or title of the photo. All participants on our websites are our supportive allies and does not necessarily reflect their sexual orientation.

MEDIA: Please contact us for permission to use any content.

Action for AIDS convenes a Community Consultation on PrEP

The world has committed to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030. WHO and UNAIDS have recognized
that achieving this target will not be possible without reinvigorating HIV prevention strategies to
hasten the decline in adult infections.

Be PrEP-ared – Community Dialogue

Community Dialogue: Exploring the acceptability and planning for the roll-out of PrEP among men who have sex with men in Singapore.

Seminar- Coffee, Tea or PrEP/PEP

Seminar- Coffee, Tea or PrEP/PEP. Registration is open now. Email will be send for confirmation due to the limited amount of seats available.

HIV 101 & Pre-Pink Dot Gathering

A huge thanks to everyone who turned up for my very first HIV 101 workshop last Saturday and I hope you guys enjoyed the pre-Pink Dot gathering too!!

The objective of the workshop is to share basic HIV knowledge with the participants and refresher course for the volunteers. Topics on body fluids, window period , PEP and etc. were being touched on.

Alex Tan

Alex Tan

MSM Programme Coordinator

 

The pre-Pink Dot gathering was a get-to-know each other session where new and current volunteers get to know each other. The volunteers got the first look of the gift that gayhealth.sg will be giving out this Saturday. So all of you out there, please keep a look out for our gift which is coming to you soon!!

Please stay tune for more upcoming workshops and gatherings soon!!

See you guys @ Pink Dot 2015.

Signing off, Alex Tan (MSM coordinator)


 

 

Sexually Transmitted Infections(STIs) Workshop

Think you know all the Sexually Transmitted Infections(STIs)? How does it spread ? The symptoms? The stages for infections? The treatments and some even have vaccination to prevent you from getting them?

STIs workshop

 


gayhealth.sg partnered with DSC Clinic on November 27, 2014 for our MSM volunteers and their friends. The workshop was very informative for the participants and many left with a different view of how easily the infections can be transmitted. The feedbacks were positives and some even shared on Facebook about what they had learnt.

“Attended a fruitful session on STDs. It’s very interesting to have a Doctor speaker and explain in more details on STD. Two types mainly, the viruses like herpes 2 and warts which will stay in our body even when symptoms are gone and bacteria type which covers the rest which can be cured. But that doesn’t mean it won’t come back, if u have even a deep kissing of mouth to mouth, you will still get syphilis! So get a regular partner(s) and reduce the risk. Even precum has viruses… Argh.. And your listerene doesn’t blast your mouth super clean after either. Know your risk, play your part.” – R.E

Want to know more about these Sexually Transmitted Infections? Click on the link below for more articles in our Survival Kit!


Missing out on our workshops? Do follow to know our upcoming workshops coming to you soon!!!

A Good Handjob

A Good “Hand Job” is Hard to Find

I remember a very good friend who will regularly caters to all my needs. He would often know exactly when my body starts craving for his touch, even when there is a lack of verbal communication. He knew where and how to get a respond from my body, simply by touching me.

He is the only guy I know who gained great satisfaction from watching another person moan out in pleasure or scream out “oh my f-ing god” when he rolled his oiled palms on their naked back. If you thought I was talking about something else; then, sorry to disappoint you, but I was talking about getting a good massage.

A good masseuse is hard to find, yet receiving a good massage is one of the richest, intimate, human connection two people can share. Often we forget how another person’s hands can relief us from the stress in our body.

So, we conducted a massage workshop last Thursday (7 Aug 2014) and 16 turned up for this unique, kinky yet safe event. Participants were given a short crash course on simple massage techniques and were sent off in pairs , so they could practice on their partner.

It was very interesting to observe how (with much shyness and giggling) as the group started to introduce themselves, and their body to their partner. Yet once the lights were dimmed, the room went silent, and every one focused on delivering the best they could. Towards the end, everyone was relaxed, and comfortable with themselves and their body to mingle and share their experiences with the group and trainer. If you missed this workshop, be sure to connect with our FacebookTwitter or bookmark gayhealth.sg and receive updates for future workshops.


 Here are testimonials from the participants:

“Thank you for initiating and leading this workshop. It was a great learning experience. I found it very well conducted, engaging, and enriching. I’ll definitely apply what I learned there. Looking forward to the next workshops”

Zaki

“The trainer’s candor and professionalism made it easy for us to let go of our inhibitions, and I learned a lot about myself- such as that I’m pretty good at giving massages, it seems. :)”

And

“I feel certain that these new skills will stop my boyfriend from cheating on me.”

D.G 


 Upcoming Workshops

gayhealth.sg maintains all rights to these content

If you see a content that should not be here, a photo of you that you would like us to remove, drop us a mail with the link or title of the photo. All participants on our websites are our supportive allies and does not necessarily reflect their sexual orientation.

MEDIA: Please contact us for permission to use any content.