People say women trap men with babies, but have you ever heard of the opposite? Women do not have as much control over their reproductive health as people seem to think…
HIV: living positive-ly
The year is almost over at last! December 1 was World Aids Day, and we shared a few tips and pointers on dealing with PEP and PrEP. In this article, we talk to someone who is living positively with their HIV positive status.
The different forms of Gender-Based Violence
You may have heard the term ‘Gender-Based Violence’ in conversation, or on the internet, and wondered either what it means or what it covers. Here’s a breakdown of the different forms of GBV.
Fatou Jagne Senghor: Human rights & free expression campaigner
For two decades, Senegambian Fatou Jagne Senghor has passionately defended human rights, media freedoms, and the freedom of expression across the continent.
How to get out of an abusive queer relationship: part 2
As terrible as Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is, there are unique challenges the LGBQ+ community experiences in these situations. The mutual fight myth and the hyper-sexualisation of bisexual people are some examples.
How to get out of an abusive queer relationship
The term Intimate ‘Partner’ Violence (IPV) was created because same-sex relationships have the same problems as opposite-sex ones. Can victims find their way out of a situation that isn’t acknowledged?
What’s on your sex bucket list?
Will 2020 carry on like this? We have no idea! But many of us must have thought about all the what-ifs. What if we don’t get to travel again? But also, what if we can’t finish our sex bucket list?
Newly single: the in-between
When you find yourself newly single after a long time there is an adjustment period that we often don’t talk about. How should we cope with the period between the breakup and the glow-up?
International Day of the Girl Child 2020
International Day of the Girl Child was adopted to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.
Beverly Palesa Ditsie: A pioneer for African intersectionality
South African activist Beverly Palesa Ditsie helped bring Pride to the continent and led the way for the recognition of multi-sectional human rights.
Kegels are for men, too!
We know women are supposed to do Kegels exercises. But men need pelvic floor strengthening too!
Ok, ladies, now let’s get into Kegels
Your vaginal health is just as important as your overall health. This can’t be stressed enough – and it is more than keeping your lady bits clean.