These blog posts are a combination of OK2BME news and personal stories written by youth and teens in the OK2BME program. If you would like to write a personal story for our blog, please contact Scott at

2018 GSA Student Award Nominations, by Wash Silk

Nominations are now open for the 2018 GSA Student Awards!

2018 GSA Student Award Nominations blog post

Sanguen PrEP Clinic, by Scott Williams

As of November 12, 2018 Sanguen will be hosting a PrEP clinic in Waterloo.

Sanguen PrEP Clinic blog post

11 Things your School’s GSA can do!, by Madison Fitzgerald

11 Things your School’s GSA can do! blog post

Exciting News for Cambridge, by Scott Williams

We are excited to announce a new OK2BME Youth Group in Cambridge!

Exciting News for Cambridge blog post

We Offer Video Counselling!, by Scott Williams

We are excited to announce that we now offer online Video Counselling!

We Offer Video Counselling! blog post

Call For 2019 Workshop Presenters, by Wash Silk

We’re busily planning the 2019 Gender and Sexuality Awareness Conference and we are looking for workshop presenters!

Call For 2019 Workshop Presenters blog post

Rainbow Crosswalk, by Scott Williams

On May 29, 2018, an event was held at the Crosswalk at which Mayor Berry Vrbanovic; Michael May, Deputy CAO of the City of Kitchener; Leslie Josling, Executive Director of KW Counselling Services; Haley Haegens, a member of the OK2BME Youth Leadership Group; Sunna Murphy of SPECTRUM; and a representative of tri-Pride spoke.

Rainbow Crosswalk blog post

How to be an Ally, by Wash Silk

On our fabulous definition page you might read the words, “An Ally is a person who considers themselves a friend to the LGBTQ+ community.”

How to be an Ally blog post