Erogenous zones

Hi Readers!  Last week we spoke about the Masters & Johnson sexual response cycle. In that article, I briefly mentioned erogenous zones and today we are going to talk about them! What are erogenous zones? Do we all have them? How do I know what mine are?  Erogenous zones are located all over the humanContinue reading “Erogenous zones”

Intimacy

Hi Readers!  This week’s article is about intimacy and alternatives to sexual intercourse. In a world so focused on penetration, its important to explore what is beyond that. I’m sure you can find something amazing.  Everyone lives their sexuality and intimacy in their own way, whichever way suits them best, however they feel comfortable.  WhatContinue reading “Intimacy”

WORLD AIDS DAY – DECEMBER 1st

Hi Readers! Every year on December 1st is World AIDS Day. On this day, we remember those who have died from AIDS, we show up to support those living with HIV and we continue to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS. The objective is to end HIV by 2030! To do this the global communityContinue reading “WORLD AIDS DAY – DECEMBER 1st”

Gender Identity

Hi Readers! Happy Monday! It’s great to be back on this platform. Today we are learning about gender identity! Let’s begin! Gender Identity is a person’s internal sense or feeling of being male or female. This feeling may not be the same as one’s biological sex. To understand gender identity, you need to understand theContinue reading “Gender Identity”

Talking to children about consent

Hi Readers! Do you like fries? I love fries! I promise this is relevant. Today we are going to talk about consent; more specifically, why it’s important to teach children about consent from a young age. I will give you some tips on how to do it. Consent is when someone is explicitly agreeing (byContinue reading “Talking to children about consent”

Asexuality

Hi Readers! Today’s blog post is about a specific sexual orientation: asexuality. Yes, asexuality is a sexual orientation just like homosexuality, bisexuality, heterosexuality, etc. You may have heard people talk about someone being asexual or someone telling you that they are asexual and not knowing how to react, or not knowing what it means orContinue reading “Asexuality”

“Sexologist? Ooohh what’s that?”

Hi Readers! So, you might have heard loads of myths about Sexologists, what we do, what we studied, where we work, how can we help, etc.  This blog post is to help you better understand our educational background, where we work and what our ‘actual’ job is. The following explanation is mostly based on whatContinue reading ““Sexologist? Ooohh what’s that?””