Getting real about everything from love and sex to fashion and beauty.
Sexual abuse in a relationship is real and many people struggle to come forward- either because they are afraid, ashamed or they don’t realise how wrong it is.
When it comes to consent, it’s not just about saying no, it’s about saying yes, what we are and are not comfortable with regarding our bodies and sexuality.
If you’ve gotten to the point with your partner where you choose to have sex, then you must've spoken about it. Here are 5 things your partner shouldn’t be doing during sex.
You have the right to say "no" to anything that makes you uncomfortable without being forced by your partner. Coercion is not consent. Read this article to find out more about the difference between coercion and consent.
Statutory rape can often be a confusing term chomas, and maybe it's because it isn't spoken about often. Do you know what the age of consent is? In ot...
Be the first to know about the latest articles, quizzes, surveys, and other helpful content, by simply signing up here.
You can Ask Choma for advice via WhatsApp on this number:
071 172 3657 (Copy to clipboard)