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Safer Sex Resources

McGill has lots of places to find sexual health support. Here's where to look!



McGill's online safer sex & health boutique and your resource for sexual health information. They sell a variety of condoms, lubricants, toys, alternative menstrual products, and more, all at low prices. Happy shopping!


Healthy McGill Kiosks

Look out for Healthy McGill's colourful kiosks all over campus, stocked with free safer sex supplies, other health items, and information on health resources at McGill.






Student Health Service 

The Student Health Service offers STI testing, hormonal contraception prescriptions and educational appointments to discuss safer sex and your sexual health. 
Nurses can perform routine STI testing with no symptoms, PAP testing, pregnancy testing, and contraception prescriptions. Nursing Appointments can be booked by calling 514-398-6017, Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm. 

If you are experiencing symptoms of an STI, you will need to see a doctor at the Student Health drop-in clinic

Union for Gender Empowerment 

The UGE is a trans-positive feminist service of SSMU that provides resources, referrals, and educational opportunities for everyone.
The UGE Co-op sells alternative menstrual products, safer sex items, DIY sex toys, and gender empowerment items, all pay-what-you-can. 
Biblioqueer is an alternative lending library which is shared with other queer and feminist student organizations across Montreal.

Queer McGill

Queer McGill is a social, political, and informational support service provided by queer students for queer students. QM hosts events that range from weekly board game nights to workshops about queer-related issues. There are also numerous resources available in the QM Office, including books and literature as well as safer sex supplies. 




Sexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students' Society

SACOMSS is a  volunteer-run organization committed to supporting survivors of sexual assault and their allies through direct support, advocacy, and outreach. The DIAL hotline service can be reached at (514)-398-8500. The drop-in centre is located in                                               Room 5 on the 5th floor of 2075 Robert Bourassa. The keypad number to enter the suite where our office is located is 9157#. The building is wheelchair accessible.

Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education

OSVRSE provides support for all members of the McGill community who have been impacted by sexual violence and works to foster a culture of consent on campus and beyond.

Contact the Sexual Violence Education Advisor and Response Advisor: osvrse [at]



Social Equity and Diversity Education Office

SEDE strives to create a truly equitable environment on campus and in the greater community through education, training and outreach.

Consult SEDE's list of LGBTQ+, Gender, & Sexuality resources to learn more about clubs and services on campus.