Penis growth begins at birth. There’s slow and steady growth in penis size during childhood years. During puberty, the penis grows longer and thicker. There is significant growth experienced between 12 and 16 years. This is linked to a spike […]
People with vulvas (the outer part of female genitals) have three holes down there. And when I’m talking about down there, I mean your genitals. The urethra, the opening to the vagina, and the anus. Each one has a different […]
For many men though, the thought of touching or inserting a finger in their rectum is quite appalling but to others, it is among the best ways to achieve optimum sexual pleasure. Men, are you in the first or second […]
Sometimes back we conducted a survey with a group of men and women on the level of their awareness of menstruation. Two of the questions that ignored a debate were about how much blood is lost during periods and the […]
Everybody releases fluids from their genitals. Women see and smell their vaginal fluids a bit more. How do women know what is normal for their bodies, and how do they know what is not normal?
When you kiss or have sex, it’s nice if you’re clean and smell nice. Brush your teeth, shower regularly, and wear clean clothes.
Female circumcision, or cutting, is an age-old tradition. Depending on the tradition, a girl or woman may have part or all of her external genitals removed.
Most girls notice that their bodies start to change anywhere between the age of 9 and 16. Some girls start and end puberty earlier than others.
When you kiss or have sex, it’s nice if you’re clean and smell fresh. Brush your teeth, shower regularly, and wear clean clothes.
The two most common products to absorb the blood during your period are pads (also called sanitary pads, sanitary towels, sanitary napkins, or maxi pads) and tampons.
Towards the end of puberty, you start having periods. Having a period means losing some blood through your vagina approximately once a month.
The vulva is the external female genitalia. The vagina is the opening that connects the internal to the external organs.
You’ve got sexual organs on the inside as well as the outside. The word ‘vagina’ is often used to describe the genitals, but actually, it’s just one part of them.
Breasts come in all shapes and sizes. Nipples also vary a lot, both in size and colour.
If you get really aroused, you have an orgasm or ‘come’.
When you have an orgasm, you ejaculate – semen comes out of your penis.
Men are born with a foreskin – a skin that covers and protects the penis head.
Penises come in all shapes and sizes. And they all look different: straight, curved, long, thick, thin, circumcised, uncircumcised. One is no better than the other.
The penis is able to get bigger and smaller because it’s made of erectile tissue – inside it’s like a sponge that can fill up with blood.
Most boys notice that their bodies start to change anywhere between the ages of 9 and 15. Some boys start and end puberty earlier than others.