Terrence Higgins Trust is inviting local gay and bisexual men to register their interest in joining the group, which will be led by staff and volunteers from the charity. The sessions are open to men who feel that sex is having a negative impact on their day to day life and who feel unable to take control of their sex lives.
Justin Harbottle, from Terrence Higgins Trust’s Brighton centre, said: “A good sex life can be great, and today gay men have a huge number of options for meeting other guys; be it in the gay scene, online or even on your smartphone. However, for some people, it can become difficult to keep control of their sex life, and some guys might be unhappy with the amount of time they spend looking for or having sex; risks that they might be taking, or frequently finding they regret the sex they have afterwards.”
“This new group provides a confidential and non-judgemental space for men to explore the role that sex plays in their lives and can help guys identify some options to help them bring it back under control.”
The new group will meet at Terrence Higgins Trust’s centre at 61 Ship Street, Brighton BN1 3AE. To register your interest in joining the group or for more information, please contact Justin Harbottle on (01273) 764207 or email@example.com