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Gay & Bisexual Men
Here for Gay & Bisexual+ Men
We’re here to help gay, bisexual+ and same sex attracted men to take control of their health.
We provide information on relevant health issues, and we offer a range of specific and general services delivered by caring people who genuinely understand the health issues affecting gay, bi+ and same sex attracted men, including gay/bi+ men who are transgender.
Connect with other LGBTQ+ men in Western New York. This group will have refreshments and is open to any and all men (18+) who are part of the LGBTQ+ community, including men of trans experience and nonbinary/gender non-conforming people.
Join us to mingle with pan, queer, bi, and other multi-gender loving people! Connect with staff at the Pride Center of Western New York, and enjoy snacks and activities in an affirming space.
We offer a range of free workshops for same sex attracted men (gay, bisexual, or curious). Participating in a workshop is a great way to make new friends in a safe social environment and to learn more about identity, coming out, sex and sexual health, HIV, relationships, the LGBTQ community and other relevant topics. Our workshops are facilitated by trained professional volunteers and run over 1 – 6 sessions, depending on the workshop. Workshops happen at the the Pride Center and at select locations throughout WNY.
The below workshops are for all gay/bi+ men. We also run other workshops for young gay/bi+ men
aged 13 - 17.
We are currently seeking participants for the workshops below. Once enough participants have enrolled, dates for the workshop will be confirmed.
CREAM is a two hour workshop designed for gay men, bi+ men -- including gay/bi+ men who are transgender. We will talk about how we feel about sex, how we can negotiate and access better sexual encounters and relationships. You will learn how to have more pleasurable sex in a way that enhances your overall health and well-being. The workshop will cover from oral and anal pleasure to other more adventurous activities.
Our facilitators deliver a realistic approach to sexual health that is honest, non-judgmental and conscious of stigmatizing language.
Some of the topics we cover include:
- What sexual health means for gay/bi+ men
- Why it's important to talk sex with your health care provider
- Myths and misconceptions about the sexual health of gay/bi+ men
- HIV testing and STI screening
- Condoms, PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis), PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis), and TasP (treatment as prevention)
- Communicating expectations, needs, desires, etc. with partners
- Safety tips when using dating apps and more
Duration: one 2-hour session
For more information or to enroll, call 716-852-7743 or send an email to email@example.com