The different types of female contraceptives Marie Stopes South Africa is driven to provide knowledge to the public about sexual and reproductive health. We’ve compiled a quick-study guide about the different types of female contraception.
Experiencing problems in the bedroom? There are physical and psychological factors that can contribute to a low sex-drive such as medical conditions, low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. Marie Stopes South Africa’s Women’s Wellness services are here to help you.
You may have heard about ‘female Viagra’; Flibanserin (sold under the trade name, Addyi) is an FDA-approved ‘Viagra-like’ drug prescribed for the treatment of female sexual interest/arousal disorder (FSIAD) in premenopausal women. If you think you may be suffering from this arousal disorder, you can visit one of Marie Stopes South Africa’s women’s wellness clinics…
You don’t need to be embarrassed about using sex toys. Much like the topic of safe abortion, there is a certain, unwarranted stigma attached to sex toys. There is nothing wrong with enhancing your sexual pleasure.
The holiday season is finally here. For the majority of us, the office is closed and work-life goes on the back-burner. This is the perfect time for you and your partner to take some time and re-ignite your sex life by trying these intimate sex positions.
So you’ve noticed a strange discharge in your underwear and you’re freaking out a bit. Stop, breathe and relax. Vaginal discharge among sexually active women is super common, and it’s nothing to be embarrassed or scared about.
Ladies, it’s time to take control of your big O! These women’s wellness tips will help empower you to have stronger, more frequent and more satisfying climaxes, whether you’re playing with your partner or flying solo.
Virginity is valued differently by different people. For you, it might be about sharing your first sexual experience with someone you care about. It may be about ‘getting it over with’, or maybe it’s not a big deal to you.
Although it may seem like the lines can blur between consensual sex and rape, the difference is actually very simple. Consensual sex is sex that all parties involved in agree to, both prior to the sexual activity and throughout it. Rape happens when someone involved in the sexual activity does not agree to it, and…
Does size matter? Turns out, it depends on who you ask… and what you do with what you’ve got!