Love in Colour (sexual health workshop for East London)

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Desire, sex and trust are often key components to relationships. This workshop will explore healthy relationships for communities of colour.

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Desire, sex and trust are often key components to romantic relationships. In this workshop we'll explore the fundamentals of a healthy relationship and how to communicate effectively with your partners.

We'll share our experiences of forming connections, understanding our bodies, and the importance of our values.

This session is particularly aimed at communities of colour, as they are often underrepresented in sexual health education and services

Please note that this workshop is open to people aged 18+ living, working or playing in East London.

Do you run a community group? Would you like us to deliver some sexual health & wellbeing workshops, contract Badru at badru.male@positiveeast.org.uk

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Positive East is London's largest sexual health organisation. We provide HIV & STI testing, sexual health information and advice, and HIV support services across East London. Visit www.positiveeast.org.uk to find out more about our services.

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Positive East is London’s leading community-based HIV charity, providing better futures for people living with HIV or affected by HIV.  Our mission is a world where people living with HIV are able to fulfil their potential, free from stigma and discrimination, living full healthy lives.  Annually, nearly 2,000 people living with HIV walk though our doors and access vital support groups, counselling, mentoring and volunteering whilst our Testing and Prevention Team conducts 2,500 free and rapid HIV tests out in the community to reduce late diagnoses and onward transmission.

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