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The 2018/2019 WISH Training programme is now available here

The overall aim of the WISH programme is to promote the sexual health and wellbeing of all Buckinghamshire residents and to equip those working with individuals of all ages, gender, ethnicity, disability or sexuality with the knowledge, skills and tools to develop resilience, respect and to promote consensual healthy and safe sexual relationships.

Check out the courses here and book your place online, alternatively download the WISH Training Programme Flyer and WISH Training Application Form

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If you’re 16-24, you’re more at risk of getting an STI

Almost half of under-25s ‘never use a condom with a new partner. STIs can cause infertility, pelvic inflammatory disease, swollen or painful testicles and even meningitis.

Find out more about STI’s, Getting tested & How to use a condom.

LGBT History Month

LGBT History month’s theme 2018 is Geography: Mapping the World.

Commemorating two rather sombre events; the 30th anniversary of the passing of Section 28, which prohibited local authorities from disseminating materials that ‘promoted homosexuality’ in schools; and the fortieth anniversary of the murder by shooting of Harvey Milk, the USA’s first out-gay elected councillor.

On a happier note, the rainbow flag was launched upon an unsuspecting public in 1978, although sadly its creator Gilbert Baker passed away last year. And 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of Sarah Waters’ classic Tipping the Velvet.

Check out what’s happening in your area LGBT History Month Event Calendar


Men who have sex with men (MSM)

Data is telling us that men who have sex with men are disproportionately affected by some sexual infections. Use the MSM section of the website to keep up to date with how to protect yourself. We will also let you know about any local STI outbreaks, relevant services and support offered in Bucks, and useful links.

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