MBBS students step in to the role of teacher to impart sex education to kids

The medical students will soon impart sex education to children studying in civic-run schools in Mumbai. The students will help spread awareness on sex education and personal hygiene among the children. This initiative will also reach out to those children who have not completed their studies and have dropped out. This initiative was first started […]

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World first-ever museum dedicated to vaginas soon to open in the UK

London already has the British Museum, but it’s about to get another hallowed cultural institution — The Vagina Museum. The new exhibit hall, which is the first in the world dedicated to women’s genitalia, is set to open in a temporary space in the UK capital on Nov. 16 with an exhibition called “Muff Busters: […]

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'Sex is not a taboo, speak about it,' say doctors

Soon, your doctor will help provide information on sexual health

30,000 doctors across the country have been given sexual education over the span of one year. This was through a one-year course specially designed to deal with matters on sexual health. The Indian Medical Association (IMA) had started this initiative with an aim to create awareness about sexual health and hygiene The doctors have been […]

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Students in BMC-run schools to receive sex education from 7th standard onwards

The proposal for this was first presented by Shiv Sena corporator Sheetal Mhatre and was recently accepted in the meeting of the education department. From the next academic year, children studying in BMC schools will be provided with sex education from seventh standard onwards. Keeping in mind the rising crimes and the cases of sexual […]

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Is watching porn good?

Is watching porn good?

The debate on ‘porn’ is always followed with a very simple question, is it good or bad? People keep asking isn’t it degrading? Is it immoral or it is empowering? Over the last several decades, porn has remained a controversial issue worldwide. But is porn really harmful? In the 21st century, the internet has facilitated […]

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Condom ads: Don’t ban, regulate the content, experts to govt

Recently, a study published in the Lancet journal highlighted how abortions in India are a stark reality. And majorly about 81 per cent of these abortions are done by taking medicines at homes instead of going to the hospitals. On one hand, we are fighting the menace of self-supervised abortions and on the other; we […]

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When to consult a sexologist?

Whenever we suffer an asthmatic attack or a lung infection we immediately go to a chest physician and promptly get ourselves treated. If our digestive system gets dysfunctional, we do not hesitate to go to a gastroenterologist. But, whenever a man suffers from a sexual problem such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, where neither […]

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Menstrual hygiene in India is gaining prominence

Menstrual hygiene in India is gaining prominence

In an on-going campaign titled, ‘For Every Child’ by UNICEF, the organisation has picked up specific causes and is promoting them. Let’s take the case of the 21-year-old Reema Kumari, the face of menstrual hygiene for the on-going campaign. She is an aspiring singer and instructor on menstrual education. Given that,Kumari has done  a lot […]

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Communication between spouses important, say experts

Women too suffer from sexual disorders

  With men and women these days actively participate in everything and sharing their happiness as well as other decisions of the life, experts say that they should also openly communicate about their dilemmas too. “Nowadays, in many cases, relationship between spouses is extremely good, but the communication is very poor,” said Dr Saroj Gumaste, consultant […]

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