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While the GMSH network works to create an online platform for gay men to connect with sex, desire, pleasure and health please check out these helpful resources on topics important to our communities’ health and well-being.

The AIDS and Sexual Health Info-Line is a free, province-wide anonymous counselling service on HIV, STIs, safer sex, referrals to sexual health services, testing information, harm reduction in drug use and needle exchange information. Call 416-392-2437 / 1-800-668-2437 (English and multilingual Line) or 1-800-267-7432 (French Line).

  1. #HIVNow

Times have changed- HIVnow is a campaign that asks big questions and puts forward honest answers. It was developed by ACT, the AIDS Committee of Toronto. 


  1. PeP (post-exposure prophylaxis) can prevent HIV following an exposure. For more information visit:


  1. PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is an orally administered medication prescribed by a doctor that reduces the risk of HIV transmission. For more information visit:


  1. Viral load is the amount of HIV in the bodily fluids of someone living with HIV. Undetectable viral loads greatly reduce the risk of HIV transmission. For more information visit:


  1. For the more kinky sex minded check out ‘Down n Dirty’ (Not Suitable for Work)


  1. To check in with your mental health visit ‘Our Agenda’

www.notreagenda.ca or www.ouragenda.ca 

  1. To find mental health services near you visit:

https://ontario.cmha.ca/ or http://www.connexontario.ca/ 

  1. For tips from gay guys on using drugs more safely please visit:


  1. If you are living with HIV and are looking for support please visit:


   10. HIV testing is the only way to know your HIV status. Please visit:

http://www.come-on-in.ca/   or   http://www.ontario.ca/page/hivaids-tests-and-treatment or www.hiv411.ca 

   11. ‘Ending HIV’ is a comprehensive site for all things gay men & sexual health.

        “Test More, Treat Early, Stay Safe”


   12. For trans men and the cis men that fuck them


   13. In recent years, groups of gay, bi and queer men – especially HIV-positive men but also HIV-negative men – have become Hep C positive through sex. Find out more in Hep C and Sex for Gay, Bi and Queer Men; a new resource from ACT and CATIE.

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