Using a new condom every time you have oral, anal or vaginal sex decreases the risk of sexually transmitted infections, HIV and/or unplanned pregnancy.

Watch this video by Planned Parenthood to learn the correct way to put on condom:

 

Everything you need to know about the male (external) condom from Teen Health Source.

Get the ins and outs of condoms for gay and bisexual men from ACT Toronto.

Check out this sexual device manual for persons with disabilities from PleasurAble.

Get free telephone counselling and sexual health support in different languages from Toronto Public Health’s AIDS and Sexual Health InfoLine.

Learn more about the signs, symptoms, and treatment of common sexually transmitted infections.

Toronto Public Health distributes condoms to over 300 community agencies on a yearly basis. Get yours for free at one of our Sexual Health Clinics or by contacting the Condom Distribution Line 416-338-0901 / cdp@toronto.ca.