The Sex exhibition, at Stevenson Gallery in Braamfontein, doesn’t go far enough to explain the problems specific to our generation.
Once filled with socks and linen, our drawers are giving pride of place to interesting devices, writes Kagure Mugo.
A Nigerian and a Kenyan use social media and the football pitch to discuss contraceptives and stop pregnancy.
Reports of alcohol boosting the libido are unlikely to stand up to serious scrutiny.
Is the right to safe and enjoyable sex less important than other women's rights?
Women's pleasure is a taboo topic, but only when they know their bodies are they satisfied.
And they should be able to do so without being thought of as sex fiends or nymphomaniacs.
Faking it with your partner or your one-night stand is a disservice to society. We have to move society forward through innovation and feedback.
Seven out of 10 South African women say that a lack of sexual intimacy in their relationships makes them feel depressed.
Having a good time in bed has little to do with appearance and lots with beauty from within.
Durban’s 48.2% HIV rate among MSM is more than SA’s highest infection rate – 37.4% among pregnant women in Kwazulu-Natal.
Women's magazines teach us how to have bad sex because it pays to keep us on our knees.
The HPV vaccine roll-out is prompting parents to rethink how they talk to children about sex.
A hilarious look at procreation hosted by John Vlismas.
For added excitement and endurance on Valentine's Day, maybe skip the sex drugs.
There are many off the shelf products, but little is known about them – and their effects.