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How to shoot your shot: the Naija dating guide

Meeting Someone
What do you do when you are attracted to another human but are terribly afraid of shooting your shot?

The real reason men are raising other men's children

Relationship Problems
Why do women plant cuckoos in their husband’s nests?

Sexual health for women: top facts

Sexual Orientation
Sex is great, but it can be difficult to figure out how to make it safe, especially if you are a lesbian, bi, or queer woman.

Family planning: the natural way

Types of Birth Control
You are stuck on an island without access to modern-day necessities, including contraceptives. What do you do? Remain celibate until you get back to civilization?

Vagina confident: better health, more sex

Female Body
Women who feel comfortable with their vaginas have more sex and get more head, according to a US study. But vaginal confidence isn’t only about pleasure: it could save your life.

Tough choice: your partner or your best friend?

Relationship Problems
What do you do when you are caught between your partner and your best friend?

Is cheating genetic?

Relationship Problems
People with a certain 'cheating' gene variant are more likely to have casual sex and one-night stands – and to cheat on their partners.

The situationship loop

Happy Relationships
'Situationships' are more than friendships; but less than relationships. They are pretty popular, but not everyone knows how to identify them.

Cyberstalking: the lover who spied on me

Sexual Harassment
One in three women and one in seven men admit to hacking into their partner's e-mail or social media accounts.

Men can fake orgasms, too!

Many men have faked an orgasm at least once. People often assume it’s impossible for men to fake as it means pretending to ejaculate, too. So how do they do it?

PMS chronicles

Female Body
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) has lots of symptoms: mood swings, tender breasts, food cravings, fatigue, and of course irritability and depression.

Monorchism: top facts about the missing ball

Male Body
Monorchism means having only one testicle. This is often because the missing testicle is hiding inside the body, and hasn’t dropped down into the scrotum.