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Student Wellness

Pleasure products

Welcome to UFV’s Sexual Wellness Shop

A person making payment and receiving a discreet gift bag in return.UFV Student Wellness is pleased to offer sexual health, wellness, and pleasure products at reduced prices for the UFV community. We recognize that access to affordable, body-safe, and inclusive products is a large barrier for many folks. We seek to reduce barriers while also reducing stigma around the topic of sexual health and wellness.

This product list has been carefully curated by our in-house sexual health educator, with input from students, staff, and faculty who are passionate about sexual health and pleasure. If there is something you would like to see added, please let us know at

Things to know:

  • All prices include GST + PST
  • All items are final sale for hygienic reasons
  • If an item is found to be defective, please email with the issue and we will work to find a solution
  • We accept cash, debit, or credit
  • Receipts and bank statements will read “UFV PRLC”
  • Orders are packaged discreetly in plain gift bags with tissue paper
  • Pick up for Abbotsford will be in Room S3127
  • Pick up for Chilliwack will be in Room A1302

See the pleasure product list  Order pleasure products


Sex is a topic that is filled with misconceptions, stigma, and shame, but it does not have to be. There is no time limit on educating yourself about safe, consensual, enjoyable sex! If you want to learn more, ask questions, or explore safe pleasure products, the Wellness Centre can help with all those things and more. It can be intimidating to ask a stranger a question about such an intimate subject. There are resources for individuals to take home and explore in private. If you do want to talk to someone, there is a Sexual Health Educator whom you can ask any and all questions.

Sex is often only talked about with a heteronormative or "straight" lens; the resources, pleasure products, and education in this space are made to be inclusive of all bodies, genders, and sexual identities. It is okay to have questions, lack of experience, or misunderstandings, most people do! What matters is that we work towards educating ourselves so that we feel more comfortable and equipped the next time we talk about sex.

— Jada M, BSW student (3rd year)