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We’re used to seeing this Royal in the limelight, and just like his late Mother Princess Diana, Prince Harry is championing an inspirational attitude to global issues. Carrying on with his HIV awareness campaign, which has been ongoing over the past 12 months, he visited a London-based sexual health charity this week. The Prince has recently attended an international conference in South Africa to warn against the threat of complacency.  He also visited the Mildmay
Where life is possible, it always tends to find its way toward procreation. Whether you’re Human or a randy Ladybird, intercourse is commonplace in life, But just so with Humans as it is with poor little ladybugs, sex comes with risks. With rising STD rates in both species, let us explain why Condoms are the best form of protection in the bedroom. Birth Control pills are an excellent solution for contraception in many cases, but they
Monday 14th November marked the start of Antibiotic Resistance Week! Huge numbers of people are inadvertently putting themselves at risk and do not have a CLUE what is happening or understand the full extent of this global issue. So, here we are to clear things up for you (yes, YOU). With the rise of bacteria resistant to treatment, consequences are becoming ever present in societies across the planet. To understand the true gravity of the situation
Modern media is rightfully spotlighting sexual conduct and emphasising the importance of mutual consent. There are obviously important legal, social and moral aspects of sex. In almost every instance “No” should serve as an immediate reason to comply with the wishes of your partner. However, there is one time when ‘No’ just isn’t good enough… Never take “No” for an answer when it comes to protection!   1. “No, we don’t need a condom because
Condoms are a ubiquitous part of life, in modern times, and they are a pretty amazing form of birth control. They’ve allowed people to take control of their lives by planning their pregnancies and stay healthier by avoiding STIs. The idea of condoms is at least 400 years old and a simple understanding of Condom History can be quite useful. The first known condom was used around the year 1642, and it was found in
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