Important Updates

IMPORTANT NOTICE: We are currently having issues with our telephone numbers at our Stockport clinic. Please bear with us whilst we try and resolve this issue. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused. Thank you
Due to COVID-19 the majority of our clinics are now closed. We have temporarily moved to telephone appointments. Please do not come to clinic unless told to do so. It is important that if you have been asked to attend one of our clinics, you wear a face covering that covers the nose and mouth. Wherever possible please attend clinic alone. If there are any specific reasons you need to attend with someone else, this must be discussed during your telephone consultation.

Sex & the law

Consent is a term used to describe both or all people involved in sexual activity giving their agreement to willingly participate in sex. This might include full penetrative sex, oral sex, or touching each other’s genitals or other “private” body parts.

Only people over the age of 16 are able to consent to sex.

Consent cannot take place when:

  • An individual is incapable because of drink or drugs
  • There is violence or threat of violence
  • Someone is unlawfully detained
  • Someone is deceived as to nature of activity
  • Someone thinks the person they are having sex with is someone else
  • Sexual activity is agreed to by a third person
  • Someone is asleep or unconscious

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