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How can we prioritise Black men’s sexual health in London?

Join us on Friday 30th July 2020⁣ at 2pm as we convene a roundtable discussion exploring the solutions, interventions and opportunities needed to improve Black men’s sexual health in London.

With Marc Thompson, Zoch Nwaosu and Hamish Mohammed.

Sexual Health is for everyone

What we are calling for


More community spaces



In Health


Calling Out

Systemic Injustice

Read our report Transforming sexual and reproductive health for BAME communities in Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham today.

More than ever, our sexual health matters. But currently, too many people in our community face barriers to their sexual and reproductive health. Love, Sex, Life LSL is a new partnership with the aim to challenge these inequalities by delivering high quality, culturally sensitive sexual health services and education across Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham.

How we’ll change things

We have three main objectives



safer spaces

Sexual health services do not currently meet the expressed or unexpressed needs of communities. They are not the safe and accessible spaces that they should be.



and education

Stigma comes both from health workers and within communities. Stigmatisation from health workers results in reluctance to seek support. Community stigma has a high emotional impact, and can leave individuals feeling alienated.


Cultural sensitivity

within health services

Sexual health care is too generalised, which means that the nuances within cultures, communities, backgrounds, sexual orientation and gender identities are not taken into account.

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