In the ongoing attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19, please familiarize yourself and practice these everyday preventive actions:

-Stay at least 6 feet from other people when in public.
-Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash and wash your hands.
-When in public, wear a cloth face covering over your mouth and nose.
-Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth.
-Clean and disinfect heavily touched objects and surfaces frequently.
-Stay home when you are sick except to seek medical care.
-Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

More Information on COVID-19 can be found in the following documents regarding Preventing the Spread of COVID-19, Cloth Face Covering Do’s & Don’ts and How to Stop The Spread of COVID-19:

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“What You Need to Know About Hand Washing” from the CDC:

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The health of all who attend is extremely important to us.
While our parties can be a great place to let go and have a good time, they can also lead to unwanted sexually transmitted diseases. We STRONGLY support 90 day testing for sexually active men. Be a part of our community’s wall of protection by getting tested both before and after our parties to limit the spread of STD/STIs.

At CumUnion, all men can fuck equally.
 We encourage everyone to communicate openly and honestly with their sexual partners in regards to their risk comfort. This allows for each individual to protect themselves however they see fit.

Our parties are DRUG FREE events.
CumUnion guests agree to abide by the rules and policies set forth by each individual venue when attending a party. PLEASE HELP KEEP OUR PARTIES DRUG FREE!

All parties are stocked with FREE condoms.
Many of our parties offer FREE on-site STD/STI testing.

On each CumUnion Location page there is a listing of local community resources which can help you to maintain your sexual health. We’ve also provided some helpful resources in the list below.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Information:



What is pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)?

PrEP is a new HIV prevention method that involves HIV negative people taking anti-HIV medications daily to help prevent HIV infection. Several studies have shown that PrEP can reduce the risk of becoming HIV-infected when taken daily as part of a package of prevention services. The only drug that is currently approved for use as PrEP by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is Truvada, a medication commonly used to treat HIV positive individuals.

PrEP Facts
by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation

PrEP101 Fact Sheet
by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Please PrEP Me
A nationwide PrEP provider finder.

Please PrEP Me – Resources by State
Select your state from to find local, regional, and national PrEP resources from websites to videos, info cards, provider locators, and more.

Please PrEP Me – Global
PrEP Resources for Canada and the UK.

PrEP Provider Finder Tool
Use this tool to easily find providers near you.



We Also Recommend:

SF City Clinic
A great resource for all of your health questions. This site offers basic info on STDs, prevention methods, symptoms, treatment info, health advice, various possible risks discussions, etc.

Get Tested
by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Find Free, Fast, and Confidential STD Testing near you.
STD Notification service for sexual partners.
A harm reduction website with information for gay and bisexual men who use methamphetamine.  Complete scoop on crystal from how it affects you body to true stories from guys who’ve been there.

Canadian Public Health Association
CPHA’s mission is to enhance the health of people in Canada and to contribute to a healthier and more equitable world.

Better 2 Know
Find HIV & STD Testing Clinics around the United Kingdom.



More International Resources:

BC Centre for Disease Control

Melbourne Sexual Health Centre

Terrence Higgins Trust (Brighton)

Pavilions (Drug and Alcohol Services for Brighton & Hove)



Articles We Recommend:

PrEP Open House: What to Know if You’re Interested in PrEP
Nearly 100 people gathered on January 11 at the Eureka Valley Recreation Center in the Castro for San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s “open house” to learn about the latest research on HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis—better known as PrEP—and to find help getting it. (Read More…)


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