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Discussing sexual health and safety with two giant bouncing penises.
Splendour in the Grass 2019 would like to introduce our Festival Community Partner, Positive Adolescent Sexual Health – PASH
PASH have been supporting SITG for six years by providing campers with access to a safe and fun space to chat with a team of professionals and peer educators about positive sexual health, mental health, safe partying, consent and a range of related topics.
At SITG2019, PASH will provide a chill out space for safe conversation, free condoms and games to engage and entertain. PASH is also a one-stop-shop for a range of local sexual health, mental health and related youth services. We will also be seeing the return of festival favourites ‘Willy or Wonty’, two bouncing penises handing out condoms and engaging people in conversations. Come and have your photo taken with them at the PASH tent @ Camp Site 3.
After the popular activation in 2018, PASH is presenting Down to Test again this year at the campground to provide FREE VIP toilets, glitter bar, charging stations and STI checks. This important partnership is in response to the 1 in 20 young people who have an STI in Australia, and what a better opportunity to engage young people in a fun way than within a festival setting. The testing that will be conducted is a confidential, quick and easy pee test, with results being texted to individuals within a week.
PASH will also have a tent near the main entrance of the festival area having chats, playing games and handing out free condoms supported by PEEPs- PASH peer educators and workers.
PASH is a voluntary consortium of over 40 organisations with a mandate of youth health, safety and wellbeing. PASH is dedicated to working together with the community to pool resources, knowledge, understanding and best practice to support the sexual health & related issues affecting young people and families.
Visit www.pash.org.au to learn about our supported services, and to find out more about local clinical services, information and advice.