Sexuality is often neglected because patients and doctors are uncomfortable with the subject and lack the courage and skills to discuss it
A recent conference demonstrated how eager young women in Sierra Leone were for information, and how helpful it is to receive it
Calling the disease sexually transmitted is inaccurate, and has led to stigmatisation of men who have sex with men
Writing about sex has come a long way from the advice dished out by the local ‘married Aunty’. At times, Tiffany Mugo has felt like she’s faking it
The photographer’s study looks at appearance-based prejudice
Marcia Mayaba has been in the motor industry for 24 years, donning hats that include receptionist, driver, fuel attendant, dealer principal and now chief executive at Barloworld Motor Retail. She talks to Tshegofatso Mathe about her love of cars, the changes she is making in a competitive industry — and why her nervous breakdown was ‘necessary’ […]
The Netflix series Sex Education shows that whether you’re celebrating or vilifying “the Other”, it’s all part of the same subjugation
Nigeria is moving far too slowly in terms of accommodating different genders and sexualities, sacrificing happiness, liberties and lives.
Half-naked, oiled-up, gyrating male strippers. We want this but think we can’t be seen to do so
‘The Wound’ tackles the unspoken issue of sexuality and tradition in a film about Xhosa initiates.
Queer people with disabilities face double discrimination when it comes to sex.
Happy kinksters do not have a mental disorder – but unhappy kinksters do.
Is the right to safe and enjoyable sex less important than other women’s rights?
This article is part of a series The Conversation Africa is running on issues related to LGBTI in Africa.
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.
From colonialism to apartheid and the present, South Africa’s fate appears to be guided by its libido.
The African Sexual Healing Tour is empowering, but bruised by its bland approach to heterosexual cliché.
Where was the missing link that allowed for the publishing of the contentious Grazia tweet? Some of our colleagues at the M&G weighed in.
Jen Thorpe explains why FeministsSA does not support adult classifieds website, Cumtree’s way of doing things.
The commodification of the female orgasm is a distinctly unsexy and unscientific business.
All I want is equality with women. When women write about female beauty, their sexuality is never in question.