Contraception soon proposed in Scottish schools?by Quentin Hurel - 2013.02.18
The Scottish Government has been called to provide emergency contraception in school. The Scottish Sexual Health Lead Clinicians Group has demanded in a written submission that condoms and morning after pills will be accessible in all secondary schools. Scotland has indeed a higher rate of teenage pregnancy than the most part of west Europe. If the Catholic Church has labelled this call as outrageous, reducing teenage pregnancy was already a crucial target for the Government. In this way, this proposition could be seriously envisaged in future.
Office love stories from water cooler to click of a mouse
If you have fallen hopelessly in love with a colleague and you don’t know how to tell him/her, today it is possible to let a robot do the dirty work for you. Thanks to the new and well-publicized meeting app Fleed that can be installed easily on any company’s computer Read More.
For some, Youporn wins hands down over the girlfriend
The number of individuals who have completely substituted their sex-life with online erotic videos is continually increasing. This little “vice” has also been awarded a term all its own:: pornosexuality. Which speaks to a sexual orientation based entirely on online hard-materials. “If I had to choose between porn or live-sex Read More.
Internet raises the average age of the “first time”
Shocking news in Holland: increase in the average age of the first sexual relationship. According to a study conducted by the Rutgers Foundation, that analyzed a sample of 20,000 young people under-25, the average age of Dutch males and females who lose their virginity is 18.6 years: +1,5 years compared Read More.
7 rules for safe summer flirtation
About 50% of Italian teenagers do not use condom during sexual intercourse, including one night stand. In this way they are at high risk of contracting serious infections, such as syphilis, gonorrhea and HIV. A threat that exponentially increases during summer when flirtations are more common. In particular, single women Read More.
More women over 35 have abortions than teenagers
In England and Wales more abortions were performed last year on women approaching middle age than on teenagers. Official figures from the Department of Health show steadily rising numbers of abortions among over 35s that have now overtaken those among teens. Abortions among women over 35, counted at 28,562 in Read More.
Unprotected sex is causing new syphilis boom
Under the sheets, the British have gone back to the Middle Ages. At least, this is what comes to mind when one sees the boom in syphilis infections among Her Magesty’s subjects. Six thousand cases alone in 2016, the highest number in more than half a century. Considering that this Read More.