Here’s a fact about abortions that will blow your mind: the incidence of abortions is not related to abortion legality. In other words, in countries where abortion is illegal, the number of terminations doesn’t decrease. Banning the procedure merely drives women to take dangerous steps to end their pregnancies.
You might be thinking that there’s so much information out there about HIV and AIDS, that surely everyone must know the facts by now.
Every year between 25 November and 10 December, the world commemorates 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence. And every year, we hear the same response: ‘But how can 16 days be enough to make a difference?’
The 20th of November marks Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), observed annually to honour the memory of those lost to violence against transgender people.
Sex work has long been stigmatised and criminalised in South Africa, creating a shroud of secrecy and shame around it. But the fact is that sex work is simply a way to earn a living, and ironically, it’s the criminalisation and criticism of it that makes it seem immoral or degrading to women.
If you’re in the habit of watching YouTube videos (who isn’t?), you’ve probably seen the advert where a woman discusses her pregnancy with a friend. She says the test not only confirmed her pregnancy, but also told her how far along she was.
October is global Breast Cancer Awareness month, but being vigilant about this disease extends beyond pink ribbons and one month of awareness.
Whoever said ‘three’s a crowd’ obviously never had great group sex. If you’re wondering why we’re about to dive into threesomes, moresomes and swinging, it’s because we know that sexuality is complex, and that there’s an incredible range of turn-ons for different people – like sex with multiple people.
We hope this info will help you take control…of when and if to have a baby. You can fall pregnant from having sex just once with no contraception, if it happens during the womans fertile time – and remember, sperm can live in a woman’s body for up to 5 days. Take control and prevent…
You may have heard a lot about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), but how much of what you’ve been told is fact – and how much fiction?