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PEP. Because Sex Happens

PEP social media imageSometimes it is planned. Sometimes it isn't.

For those times when it doesn't go to plan, call the PEP Line.

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Syphilis is on the Rise


Syphilis is on the Rise.
Get tested at your GP now!

Syphilis is a bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI) that often has no symptoms. It can be passed around by sucking dick, getting your dick sucked, anal (top or bottom), rimming, fingering and sharing sex toys. It can also be spread through intimate or skin to skin contact with someone who has syphilis.

Rapid HIV testing now at M Clinic

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The M Clinic team are now offering Rapid HIV Testing as part of the service. Find out more

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PrEP - How to access it in Western Australia

Most HIV transmissions occur among gay men and other men who have sex with men in Australia. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is expected to make a substantial difference to the epidemic and is another strategy that can be employed to reduce risk of HIV infection.

So what is PrEP and how effective is it? 

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Beat Violence in Burswood

toilets blockThe WA AIDS Council has recently been made aware of MSM violence at G.O Edwards Park, which is a popular beat across the road from the Crown Casino in Burswood. Please be vigilant around this area, and report any incidents of violence to the police and WA AIDS Council. Stay safe!

For tips on cruising safely, click here.


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Is Bare-Backing Safer with my Fuck Buddy?

beachbumcroppedSex is fun; whether it’s hot, anonymous sex or intimate, connected sex.
Fuck-buddy sex can be the best of both worlds. We get to know someone’s pleasure buttons without the demands that can come with a committed relationship.

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Have you seen our free condoms??

condoms Have you seen our free PX condoms lately? We have just received this email from a community member and we thought we will share it with you ...

To Fuck Or Be Fucked… That Is The Question: Myths About Anal Sex That Help The Spread Of HIV.

sexualityDiscussing unsafe sexual practices and beliefs instead of safe sexual practices may be seen to be controversial. We are also being very explicit with our terminology. We make no excuse for either of these things. We need to be explicit about the sexual practices that spread HIV, unprotected anal intercourse in particular. We are trying to redress the myths, beliefs and emerging cultural norms that have grown over time as a result of the extended impact of HIV/AIDS. HIV is still a real and present danger within our community.

Demystifying the HIV Window Period

hivmicrobe_smMaybe you’ve got great HIV risk reduction strategies in place – always use condoms for anal sex whether you’re the top or the bottom – but there was that night, not long ago, when both you and the guy you brought home were a bit pissy and you can’t remember if you used a condom. Or, maybe you’ve done the talk-test-test-trust strategy with the new love-of-your-life, and now the rubbers are off with the boyfriend, and on with everyone else.

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Beat Violence Reported

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The WA AIDS Council has recently been made aware of an assault case occurring at the G.O Edwards Park in Burswood near the Crown Casino (between Great Eastern Hwy and Thorogood Street at the eastern end of Thorogood Street towards the southern end of G.O Edwards Park). The attacker was described as dark skinned, about 6 foot tall, solid build with short dark hair and aged late 20’s / early 30’s. According to the report, the attacker had a LED head lamp on and was wearing a small back pack. The attacker identified himself as police and asked the victim to show his ID.

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It's Time!

ITS TIME85X89Testing for the first time can be a scary and daunting thing. Many questions can pop into your mind. We asked a few guys about how they started to test and why they test now.

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Partying Hard

Partied Hard Partying and drugs are becoming more and more synonymous. Party environments can mean party attitudes – letting down your hair and sometimes your guard; particularly letting down your guard when it comes to your decisions about sex.

 The combination of drugs and a partying has the potential to lower our inhibitions, cloud our judgment or even make us unaware of what we're doing or have done –condoms use, rougher sex than normal, going for longer – in short, to increase our level of risk for our sexual health.

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Reporting Homophobia

PoliceHave you experienced homophobic or transphobic violence (or threats of violence) in the past three months? If you have, or do encounter an act of violence or threat of violence, you are encouraged to report it. The WA AIDS Council and Project X are working with the WA Police to get your anonymous reports.

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Is Gonorrhoea your Holiday Souvenir?

itestNew8589 We get “around”, especially when we are on holidays. And so does gonorrhoea, especially showing up in the throat and ass. 

Having just passed the holiday season and now entering the hot days of summer, the thought of lying by the pool, sipping on cocktails and meeting new friends is very enticing.

Regardless of where you’re meeting guys for hook-ups on your travels, whether overseas or interstate, giving or receiving head, you could be putting yourself at risk of getting gonorrhoea.

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Syphilis at Beats

beatIt was about about 3 years ago that we first started talking about a syphilis outbreak that was threatening to get out of control here in Perth and since that time we have seen those numbers reduce through letting the community know, people getting tested, early detection and then treatment for those who needed it. The community really got behind this information and should be congratulated for understanding that to contain this sort of outbreak testing is such an important element of good sexual health.

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M Clinic

  • Testing Services

    Wanting to find out where you can get an anonymous confidential sexual health check? The Sauna Sexual Health Service and the M Clinic provide sexual health information testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and blood borne viruses (BBVs).



  • Peer Support

    Want to find out what it is like for other guys? Want to get support and information from guys who understand where you are coming from? The Project X Team from the Gay/MSM Program at the WA AIDS Council adopts a peer education model in our health promotion, outreach and education. All our programs are run by Gay/MSM guys and one to one peer support is also available.