The M2M program dedicated specifically to Gay and MSM Sexual Health. We are committed to developing and providing HIV prevention and support services for gay, bisexual, trans* and other men who have sex with men (MSM). We are proud of our roots in the gay community and will continue to work very hard to promote a healthy lifestyle.
Reduce HIV transmission among gay, bisexual and MSM
Enhance local community capacity to address the needs of gay, bisexual, trans men and MSM
Approximately 2.1% of Canadian men aged 18 to 59 self-identify as gay or bisexual
Men having sex with men may have accounted for an estimated 35,490 people living in Canada with HIV in 2011
Between 11% and 23% of MSM are living with HIV
The World Health Organization defines sexual health as a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. To be sexually healthy, you need to take care of your body, mind and emotions. It is important for men living with or without HIV to make informed decisions about sexual health.
MSM refers to men who have sex with men, whether he identifies as gay, bisexual or straight. There is a tendency for MSM and gay men to be used interchangeably. However, gay men refers to men who are physically and emotionally attracted to other men, and often identify as being a gay male.
Latex condoms can help protect you from HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. One way to have a good safe sex life is to play safe, this can help you live a healthier and productive life.
The M2M Sexual Health Program offers two different facilitated groups aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of gay men and other MSM, as well as members of the lesbian, *bi, *trans, and questioning community: