Safe Sex Education and Events Sponsorship and Support
GLYDE Health actively participates in many safe sex education programs, conferences and events operated by schools, universities, health workers, NSPs, AIDS Councils, sex workers outreach programs and indigenous organisations. It supports the annual Aids Council of NSW (ACON) Honour Awards and is actively involved in ACON's Test More, Treat Early, Stay Safe campaign. The company produces private label products for several organisations including ACON and SWOP in NSW.
GLYDE also supports numerous activities annually for World Aids Day. It recently supported Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS (Y.E.A.H.) and its program of events in Melbourne including construction of the largest ever World Aids Day Sign, which was erected to further mobilise awareness and support for the fight against HIV. It was also proud to participate in the 20th anniversary of the landmark Australian Grim Reaper Campaign against HIV/AIDS. GLYDE proudly supports the work of Touching Base, which assists people with disabilities express their sexuality.
GLYDE Health has helped sexual health workers attend World AIDS Conferences and has assisted a graduate student undertake a Master's Degree in Sexual Health. GLYDE believes in the importance of promoting safe sex by forming strategic alliances with many Australian organisations which perform invaluable services in the fight to prevent new incidences of HIV/AIDS as well as supporting people who live with the disease.
For 31 years, GLYDE has worked closely with many organisations in Australia which help educate the public on the prevention of sexually transmitted infections and unwanted pregnancies.
However, due to the overwhelming number of requests GLYDE receives for financial support and/or free product, it can only consider requests from organisations which consistently purchase GLYDE products.
GLYDE Condom Demonstration Model
To help with sex education, GLYDE now distributes the condom demonstration model. The model is designed to demonstrate the correct way to put on a condom.
Developed for use by sexual health educators in schools, clinics etc it is anatomically correct without being sexually explicit.