Sex Now: Let's Talk Sex

Sex Now: Let’s Talk Sex is now online!

CBRC’s national health survey for gay, bi, trans, Two-Spirit and queer men (2S/GBTQ) and non-binary people has launched. How is your sex life? What matters most to you these days? Let us know by participating in Sex Now, a survey about sex that cares more about you as a person than whether or not you’re using condoms.

We take a holistic approach to your health and ask about everything from mental well-being, to substance use, to current living situations. Through this survey, you can let us know about the things that matter to you and to your community. Your answers will assist organizations across the country advocate for better programs and resources, and will be used to shape public policy when it comes to our health and wellbeing.

Since 2002, Sex Now has been an essential source of data on the health and well-being of our communities, and is widely used by community, public health, research, and policy stakeholders.

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Who is the survey for?

Sex Now is Canada’s national survey for all 2S/GBTQ men and non-binary people. We are looking for participants from all ethno-racial backgrounds, immigration statuses, abilities, HIV statuses, body types, and locations across Canada. Participants must be aged 15 or older to participate.

The survey is available to be taken in English, French, and Spanish.

What is involved?

This version of the Sex Now survey is available exclusively online! You will be able to provide confidential insights into your sexual experiences and health in the comfort of your own home. You will be asked a series of questions that normally take about 30 minutes to answer.

This year’s survey includes questions about mpox, blood donation, and long-acting HIV treatment. In a culture of rising anti-2S/GBTQ hate, the survey will also feature questions about the impacts of stigma and discrimination in relation to our social, mental, and sexual well-being.

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Questions? You can contact Ben Klassen ([email protected]), Associate Director of Research.

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Sex Now: Let's Talk Sex
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