Are you sex-positive?

Does writing about love, sex and relationships sound exciting to you?

Love Matters Kenya is looking for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) contributors for our amazing website, and we’d like to hear from you.

Yes, you!

We are looking for bold, creative, sex-positive, and curious writers who are comfortable working in an environment that focuses on what is considered ‘taboo’ topics.

In particular, we’re looking for experienced contributors in the following areas:

  • STIs – including HIV, puberty, love and relationships, contraceptives, sexual orientation, post-abortion care, safe sex, pregnancy, gender-based violence, comprehensive sexuality education, mental health

Of course, you can’t be a guru in all the above areas. One or two is good enough.

Are you…

  • Able to write tips, how-to articles, personal stories, and more detailed explainers that are clear, well-researched, engaging, and easy to understand.
  • Creative and able to generate article ideas, take suggestions, and make topics interesting and exciting
  • In possession of own computer and strong internet connection
  • Kenyan and able to work remotely and meet strict deadlines
  • Over 18 years old with solid English writing skills


Send an email to [email protected] with the subject ‘Contributor’ and include the following in your email:

  • A cover letter telling us why you’re a great fit – get us hooked!
  • Work samples – provide links if applicable. We are especially interested in samples that have not been professionally edited, so if you have your own blog be sure to let us know.
  • A brief overview of the topics (from the above list) with which you’re familiar

Start date: Immediately

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis thus this call will close as soon as we find suitable candidates. 

Non-discrimination disclaimer: Love Matters Kenya is an equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the basis of race, color, gender, age, religion, creed, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.