Is size everything? New contraception research found one in three women had been told the condom was “too small” - but should contraception advice itself be less “one size fits all”?!
We have some tips for keeping the magic alive over Christmas, starting with 12 festive sex positions, tweaked to fit in with the comings and goings of the season.
With longer-lasting contraception growing in popularity, we answered the question: what’s it like to get the coil fitted?
For more on contraception choices and to view or discuss experiences of other users - along with personalised advice from a doctor - visit the free SH:24 contraception forum The Pill or What? #ThePOW
Continuing our reviews of eco-friendly sanitary products, Anisha Gupta and her friend Rachel shared why their experiences of period underwear were anything but pants.
Continuing our team’s review of eco-friendly sanitary products, Emma, a sexual health nurse here at SH:24, gives her verdict on the Lunette menstrual cup.
Continuing our team’s review of eco-friendly sanitary products, Nana and Cori from our distribution team share the highs and lows of the DivaCup menstrual cup.
Continuing our team’s review of eco-friendly sanitary products, Charlotte shares her experiences with one of the better known brands of menstrual cup: the Mooncup.
Eurovision Song Contest is without a doubt an international spectacle at the heart of many LGBTQ+ calendars. Whether you’re a hard-core fan that’s spent the last six months prepping, or you were unaware there was anything going on before the finals, throwing the best Eurovision Party that has guests yelling “We are the heroes of our time” is probably at the top of your list. So let this be the year you finally face your Waterloo and make it a night to remember! Overwhelmed already?
Don’t worry, we’ve got your covered (we always keep it covered). Here are our top tips for having a safe, queer Eurovision extravaganza this Saturday.
Does access to contraceptives still represent the progress and sexual freedom it did when the Pill was born more than 50 years ago?
Next week is Self Care Week and today is World Kindness Day. This, to us, is an awareness event match made in heaven - you’re more able to be kind to others when you can be kind to yourself. With that in mind, today’s blog is about how to be kind to yourself with your sexual and reproductive health.