Sexfluent is a youth-driven initiative brought to you by CANFAR
(Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research)

We’re dedicated to ending Canada’s HIV epidemic but we know that HIV prevention is so much more than just giving out information about HIV transmission and prevention. It’s about creating a culture of openness, acceptance and empowerment for youth to feel confident in their identity, sexuality and decision-making capabilities.

We want to transform the conversation around sexual health to be free of judgment and shame, so that you can embark on your own journey of self-acceptance and exploring pleasure.
Self-care = Self-Respect  
Self-Respect = Self-Love  
Self-Love = Self-Preservation

Join our movement to educate and
empower young people to lead healthier and happier lives.


Sexfluent would not be possible without the generous support of CANFAR's Program Sponsors: The Slaight Family Foundation, The P. Austin Family Foundation, Canada Life, and the CANFAR Legacy Project.
The Slaight Family FoundationThe P. Austin Family Foundation
Special thanks to our National Youth Advisory Committee comprised of diverse youth across Canada, whose valuable insight assisted in the creative development of the Sexfluent brand and informed the trajectory of our digital content.

Our committee members include:
Additional thanks to our Content Review Committee, made up of a diverse community of experts, academics, practitioners, advocates, service providers, and peers.

Our reviewers include:
Sexfluent respectfully acknowledges that our national efforts take place on the unceded and traditional territories of Indigenous peoples.

As a national program working towards ending Canada’s HIV epidemic, we recognize firsthand how colonialism, systemic racism, (hetero)patriarchy, homophobia and transphobia have a direct impact on the health inequities we see across marginalized communities today. Black, Indigenous and other people of colour (BIPOC) as well as 2SLGBTQIA+ folks experience some of the highest rates of HIV in our country. Sexfluent is committed to working with and alongside BIPOC and queer communities to ensure better health outcomes for all.
Sexfluent operates out of CANFAR’s head office, which is located on the traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples, in what is now known as Toronto.