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Boys have body-image issues too.

“Body image is a person’s opinions, thoughts, and feelings about his or her own body and physical appearance.” Basically it’s what you think you look like. For many years now we have become increasingly aware of the negative effects that

Has your patootie been primped?

Is your va-jay-jay vajazzled? Is your lady garden as lovely as you might like? Is your fanny fabulous; is it fully forested or do you have a shiny giny? Are your labia trimmed and tucked or flapping free? Nearly 26

Period pain, (also called menstrual cramps or Dysmenorrhea)

If you’re aged anywhere from 15 to 50 years of age, you have probably either experienced period pain or know someone who suffers from this insidious monthly reminder. Basically, period pain is pain or discomfort experienced in the tummy (belly)

When YES might actually be NO! Considering enthusiastic consent.

 Today’s blog is not aimed at sexually experienced adults, perhaps in long-term relationships, or at least comfortable and confident about their sexual choices (although it can’t hurt to read it and remind yourself of the facts); my thoughts for today

STI’s don’t discriminate. Safer Sex for the over 50’s.

There has been a recent and alarming rise in reports of sexually transmitted infections in the over 50’s (not to mention the epidemic raging through our nation’s under 30’s). Recently published figures for Australia reveal that the number of Chlamydia

Sexuality education in Religious/Orthodox settings

Many religions and cultures of the world have their own particular requirements when it comes to sexuality education.  There are often very clear guidelines surrounding the sexual health curriculum in religious schools, and in some cases members from  the religious

Sexuality Education – What do children need?

Many children these days probably know more about sex than their parents did at the same age. We live in a sexualised society, where young people are constantly being bombarded with messages, images, information and misinformation of a sexual nature.

When should sexual education begin?

“As part of the new national curriculum being developed and rolled out across Australian schools, sexual education will become standardised into a health and physical education stream.” The original suggestion was that this curriculum would be introduced from year 3.

Sexuality Education – Building a generation of resilient youth

HUSHeducation is a provider of sexuality education programs to youth in and around Melbourne; but sexuality education is such a broad term and one can wonder if adolescent health is perhaps a better indication of our mission.Youth today have incredibly