What are some weird things people do during and after sex to prevent pregnancy. Do they work?
All over the world, sexual myths are sold to people, mostly the younger generation who might be naive about sex in general. Some of these myths are harmful, and some of them are not.
Contraception myths are dangerous: If you believe in the wrong ones, you or your partner might end up pregnant even though you thought you did it right.
You’ve been hanging around for 8 years now. Don’t you have somewhere to be…?
On World Contraception Day, some health centres in Kenya offer free contraception to anyone who walks in. Sometimes, this means vasectomies.
Even though women experience periods from teenage years to middle age, they are a taboo to talk. And menstruation myths are common – let’s get started with busting some!
Asking questions about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people can be difficult, especially if you don’t know who to turn you. Love Matters has got you covered!
With the tons of misconceptions about homosexuality out there, it can be hard to know what’s true. So let’s lean on science to bust some myths.
Sex is considered a taboo subject, and because of that, a lot of myths tend to fly around. Some hilarious, some downright outrageous, others borderline accurate.
Many misconceptions float around when it comes to how lesbian women have sex. Join us as we try and tackle some of these myths!
Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis… You may have heard of these, but can you distinguish between STD myths and reality? We’ve got you covered.
Orgasms are oh-so-mysterious! Everyone wants them, but do we know all about it? Is it normal not to orgasm during sex? Do women ejaculate? Read this week’s Myth Buster.