Losing your virginity or having sex with a new partner for the first time is a big step, which is why we get loads of questions about it from men and women, teens and adults.
Did you know that one out of every three South African adolescents did not give consent for her first sexual experience? That means that a third of all South African girls are raped.
Didn’t manage to keep your sexual health resolutions in 2015? It’s easier than you might think to make a fresh start in 2016. Here are three simple ways to ensure a safer, healthier sexual and reproductive life this year and beyond.
It’s not always the woman who decides on her own to have an abortion. In many cases, a couple makes the decision together…
This year, you’ve trusted us with some of your most pressing and sensitive contraception concerns – and you may be relieved to know that lots of people have the same questions as you.
Have you ever noticed anti-choice protesters demonstrating outside sexual health clinics? These people believe women aren’t entitled to reproductive health rights, and are trying to scare or humiliate them for utilising these services.
There’s always a big build-up to 1 December each year, when we commemorate World Aids Day and think about things like safe sex and getting tested. But just because this date has passed doesn’t mean you can relax. Protecting yourself from HIV/Aids is something you need to think about every day, particularly if you’re in…
When Karen*, aged 43, discovered she was pregnant, it was a massive shock. Her two kids were already out of the house, and with nappies, schooling and the teen years behind her, she simply couldn’t imagine raising another child – nor could she afford to. Her financial situation simply didn’t allow for another baby.
A healthy vagina is vital to a woman’s confidence and overall wellbeing. The good news is that you don’t need any special lotions, potions or expensive care to keep it feeling great!
As we mark the start of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, it’s important for all South Africans to understand what gender-based violence is and what they can do to support its many victims.