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To make sure that you and your partner are safe and that there is no confusion when it comes to contraceptives, let’s break down a few myths choma.
Sex is no longer taboo, so speaking about it isn’t as difficult as it used to be. And because of those conversations, our opinions of sex are shaped by different things. Here are some of those things.
Our sexual identity and gender identity are separate but do make our complete identity. Here’s more on the difference between the two choma.
Alcohol is toxic and when you drink it during pregnancy, it gets into your blood and it can cause problems for your baby. Here's more on the dangers of drinking alcohol while pregnant.
Consent is when someone agrees to a decision by choice, and has the freedom and capacity to make that informed decision or choice. Choma, here's more on how to ask for consent.
Your sexual debut simply refers to when you have your first sexual experience. Here's a deeper understanding of what it means.
Living with HIV doesn’t change the fact that you deserve to be in a healthy, loving relationship. Here are tips for dating while you’re living with HIV.
Sex myths about the female’s private parts are dangerous because they prevent you from understanding how your body works and how to take care of it. Here are a few myths.
So you’ve started dating someone and just before you get intimate with them you find out that they have a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI). What happens now?
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