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Seduction in a digital age

Sexting is a causal thing for teenagers to do—and you shouldn’t be surprised. They take it as a way to explore their sexuality amidst the power of technology we have today. 306 more words



Fibroids are non cancerous abnormal growths that develop in or on a woman’s uterus. Also known as uterine myomas, leiomyomas, or fibromas, fibroids are firm, compact tumors that are made of smooth muscle cells and fibrous connective tissue. 661 more words


How Activists and Organizations are Using Social Media to Promote Family Planning

By Luke Nozicka and Jennifer Gonzalez / Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

When Imali Ngusale hosts social media discussions about sex and family planning, to inform people about subjects they are not exposed to at home or in school, she often uses numbers and codes to keep the conversation under wraps. 652 more words

Family Planning

Sexual and reproductive healthcare is a basic human right - for undocumented migrants too

Despite the right to sexual and reproductive health being well established in EU international human rights instruments, they are – along with many others – frequently denied to undocumented migrants. 471 more words

Sexual Health

Loveness Speaks on working with YWCA Malawi

Loveness Puliwa has been with YWCA Malawi for a couple of years now and she explains how working with the YWCA of Malawi has encouraged and helped her improve the quality of her life.


SRHR – A Religious and Traditional Leaders perspective in Mulanje

While SRHR remains a delicate issue among religious and traditional leaders in the country, people in the villages of Nakhonyo, Mbewa and Magombo, in the southern district of Mulanje, are finally coming around to appreciating the importance of talking about young people’s sexual and health rights. 437 more words


Indian Youth Advocates Pave the Way for Womens' Health and Rights

Franklin Paul Anand is Restless Development India’s Monitoring and Evaluation Co-ordinator. For International Women’s Day last week, he penned a brilliant blog in collaboration with the CEO of ‘Women Deliver’, Katja Iversen, as part of the Women Deliver Global Leaders Programme. 761 more words