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The World Health Organization (WHO) defines sexual health as "the state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being related to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction and infirmity.” Sexual health requires a positive, respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences.

This section will address a wide range of these factors focusing on MSM/gay men's sexuality, sexual health, cruising safety, peer support and general useful information and resources.

Other issues relating to communication within sexual relationships and other generic male sexual health issues will be included in the near future.



What's ok? Many men have differing experiences sexually as they grow up. A one - off sexual encounter may not make you "gay" but it may make you more open to considering the fluidity of sexual diversity.

Sexual Health

Want to know more about staying safe and looking after your sexual health? How to use condoms correctly, or even more info about masturbation? Our sexual health page answers many common questions about sex with other guys.


Cruising Safely

There are many ways to cruise, and many places to meet other guys. Find out how to do so safely, online, at saunas, venues, and get the low down on beats.



Needing support or someone to talk to?  Seeking support can take place in many different ways and there are options available.


Info & Resources

We have a collection of resource information booklets on a variety of topics available for download. It is also possible to order these booklets
and other information by contacting the Project X team.


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.