Blowjobs, head, rimming, fellatio, cunnilingus, telling the kitty a secret – whatever you call it, oral sex is one of the most popular and intimate sex acts. It’s also a great way to stimulate each other with your mouths without the risk of pregnancy.
Maybe the condom broke or perhaps you just got caught up in the moment. Either way, it’s the morning after the night before, and you’ve realised you may be at risk of an unplanned pregnancy. You need an immediate, reliable solution.
It’s so important to know your rights, and that goes for your sexual healthcare rights too. Here are a few things you might not have known about the South African Constitution and its stance on sexual healthcare rights.
“It’s complicated” has become the go-to euphemism for just about any undefined romantic connection. Still hooking up with your ex? It’s complicated. Dating someone non-exclusively? It’s complicated. Co-workers who occasionally have sex? It’s definitely complicated.
On the 10th of March 1993, Dr. David Gunn the first abortion provider murdered by the so-called “pro-life” movement was shot and killed for being an abortion provider.
In South Africa, we cannot talk about abortion providers without talking about Dr. Eddie Mhlanga, a man who has inspired and mentored many of South Africa’s abortion providers.
Today, we continue with the build up to Abortion Provider Appreciation day (10 March) and take into account that it is International Women’s Day so we see it fit that we celebrate a phenomenal woman, Professor Elna McIntosh.
As we approach Abortion Provider Appreciation day on the 10th Of March, we would like to celebrate some of the medical heroes who are working to provide safe abortion care for South African women.
There are plenty of myths surrounding abortion – for example, that women who terminate a pregnancy will regret it (we busted that myth here), or that all women who have abortions are young and irresponsible, often adolescents or students.
Indulging in some no-strings fun can be a great way to wrap up the last days of summer. Sex doesn’t always have to be about making a hectic commitment to each other or planning a life together – sometimes, it’s just about letting loose and having a good time.