Sexual Health

Wear it Purple Day

Would your service like to make a  Condom Couture art piece for *Wear It Purple day on the 26th August 2022?

We are seeking expressions of interest from services who work with young people in the Illawarra & Shoalhaven

to create a 2022 condom art piece. Scroll down for details.

* Wear It Purple Day is all about celebrating and supporting young LGBTQIA+ people, and challenging societal attitudes to help shape a better world for us all to live in.

We provide:

  • A mannequin
  • Condoms
  • $100 Spotlight gift voucher
  • If the outfit is robust enough, we can take it on tour, acknowledging your creative work OR you can keep it. Totally your choice!

Your service and the group of young people provide:

  • Design
  • Development
  • Construction
  • From previous years’ experience we recommend about 8-10 hours being the average time for completion.

With over 5,000 views, watch our most popular YouTube video “The Making of Connie Condom Dress” by the Northern Illawarra Youth Project in 2014.

Email by Friday 12th August with your design plan.

Successful & unsuccessful services will be advised Monday 15th August.

Sticky Stuff Webinar

Registrations are now open for Sticky Stuff Webinar

Tuesday 23rd August 2022

10.00am start for 3 hours

This is  a free webinar designed for people who work with young people. Sticky Stuff aims

to increase confidence, knowledge and skills of participants on the subject area of sexual health

by providing workers with tools, valuable tips and activities to support young people.

Sticky Stuff is a collaboration between Yfoundations, NSW Health’s STI Programs Unit & NSW Sexual Health Promotion.

Sticky Stuff is delivered by Megan Hall online to 30 locations across NSW annually.

*Megan is driven to provide holistic health information and practical solutions to ensure that participants feel prepared and comfortable to open up the conversation of sexual health with young people. Megan comes from a nursing background, having spent 3 years working in the area of sexual health. Before this, she worked with children and young people in many different capacities, as an Indigenous Group Training Consultant, a Boarding Supervisor at a Residential college and an

Outdoor Education Instructor. Regardless of her role, Megan has always been passionate about empowering individuals to challenge themselves.

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