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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?
Condoms can sometimes rip or tear, but if you follow these tips and use it properly every time, the chances of a condom breaking are very low. Here's how.
It’s normal to have questions about sex when you’re deciding to have it for the first time. Although you might feel shy about it, there’s absolutely nothing to be embarrassed about.
If you’re not ready to have sex or feel like you need more than sex to connect with your partner, there are other ways to make your relationship meaningful. Here are 8:
You may have recently heard the word “blesser” used quite often chomas. Here's more on the 'Blesser' Phenomenon.
When a male and female have unprotected vaginal sex, there's a chance that the woman will become pregnant. Read here to get a better understanding of pregnancy.
Would you be able to recognize the signs and symptoms if you got infected with the STI gonorrhoea? Click here to find out.
It’s contagious and can be mainly transmitted through sexual activity - oral, anal or vaginal sex. I’m talking about syphilis chomas. Read more more about this STI.
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