The third film of our series discusses anal sex and the men's experiences of the social pressures associated with it. The men talk about the assumptions people make about anal sex and what people consider to be "proper" sex or not. Sex should always be mutually consensual and you should never feel pressured into doing something that doesn't feel right for you. You're also allowed to change your mind at any point and ask to stop. Consenting to sex is different to feeling ready for sex, so before you consent, think about whether you really feel ready and prepared to have sex.
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Saturday 1st December is the 30th annual World AIDS Day. This anniversary offers us the opportunity to reflect on the significant progress made in the last 30 years of HIV treatment and care.Read More
Steve Retson Project are back at Pride Glasgow offering men free, fast and confidential sexual health check ups at our dedicated testing cabin. Also come see us at our stall and watch out new film Anal Sex: Let's get to the bottom of it!Read More