It’s cervical cancer awareness month – so what does that have to do with HPV? If you don’t know the answer, you need to read this article.
Imagine this scenario: A young woman finds herself facing an unplanned pregnancy. She panics: She’s not ready to have a baby and she anguishes over what to do. Finally, she makes a choice. Over the years, she wonders whether she did the right thing, and at times, she regrets the decision she made.
Lots of women work hard to maintain a healthy figure, so it can be alarming when you hear that your contraceptive could make you gain weight. You might not want to fall pregnant, but you still want to fit into your skinny jeans!
Hands up if you’ve ever sent or received a sexy text message. Don’t be shy, loads of us are into sexting – using text messages to share seductive thoughts and suggestions with someone you’re into. It can be a huge turn-on to communicate using suggestive language and racy photos of yourself, and if you’re in…
It’s a quick, simple procedure that takes just minutes – but it could save your life. The pap smear is one of the most basic health checks for women, and it’s also one of the most important.
Why’s it so important to be sexually healthy? For starters, it’s a big part of your physical wellbeing, but it’s also integral to your emotional, mental and even your social health.
These days, loads of people are going online or using apps to find a partner. It’s the digital era and for young people especially, it’s often the easiest way to connect with others.
What’s so special about making your relationship ‘official’? Well for one thing, it’s lets everyone else know that your partner is off limits. But the other awesome thing is that it ensures you have a healthy sex life – because an official relationship is an honest and monogamous one.
Whoa! Not ready for all that baby mama drama yet? Well, the solution is simple, and we’re pretty sure you don’t need us to spell it out to you. But just in case, here’s a reminder: don’t become a dad!
Your body, your choice… or is it? What are your rights when it comes to contraception and pregnancy termination? Here, we help you to understand.