Sat, 17 Apr | MOX at *SCAPE

Workshop: Safe Sex Basics

Have you ever had a sexual health workshop with actual health experts? We're holding a free 1-hour workshop at MOX at *SCAPE, register now so you don't miss out.
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Workshop: Safe Sex Basics

Time & Location

17 Apr, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
MOX at *SCAPE, 2 Orchard Link, #01-02, Singapore 237978

About the Event

Need help with the condom? You shouldn’t be afraid to take control of your sexual health and safety. Being prepared, being ready, and being safe are healthy and wise. Come join us in this small workshop to learn more about how to correctly put on a condom, and join the discussion on how you can practise safer sex.


Dr. Winston Lee

Aesthetic Physician at Helix Aesthetics and Medical Clinic

Dr. Lee has varied experience in medicine including Emergency Medicine and Aesthetics. His present clinic focus is on working with patients to correct some of their insecurities including issues like aging skin, pigmentation or acne scars. He is also very into Men's Health, and works with his patients to manage their sexual needs ranging from STDs to testosterone deficiency and HIV prevention. Dr Lee believes that patient trust and comfort is key in sensitive topics like sexual issues and approaches their questions with openness and non-judgment.


Junel Seet

Co-Founder of SHY

To improve sexual health literacy amongst youths in Singapore. SHY creates content to debunk myths and serve you the dose of real-life sexual health information you never remembered or learnt from your sex-ed class in Sec 2. We hope to make learning about your sexual wellbeing more comprehensive, providing you with advice you can put into action.

Xi Liu

CEO and Founder of Ferne Health

Xi grew up in China, and moved to the United States at 22. The first time when her primary doctor suggested she should do a full check of STDs during her annual exam, she was very surprised, even a little shocked. In her mind it should only be recommended to people who constantly have multiple sexual partners, those who live a “high-risk” lifestyle. Driven by curiosity, she started having more conversations of sexual health with her friends. The lack of sex education and culture stigma of sexual health are way more concerning in Asia, which eventually drove her to take matters into her own hands and found Ferne Health in 2019 to build a more accessible healthcare solution for sexual health.


Ferne Health × SHY are co-hosting Sexual Health Awareness Month this April!

Join us on a mission to take control of your sexual health, and learn how to take care of yourself, so you can be the best version of yourself.

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