So what if you could make your own sex toy? Well… now you can! We sat down with Alice Stewart of Touchy Feely Tech to talk about eco sex, sustainability and DIY pleasure.
With longer-lasting contraception growing in popularity, we answered the question: what’s it like to get the coil fitted?
For more on contraception choices and to view or discuss experiences of other users - along with personalised advice from a doctor - visit the free SH:24 contraception forum The Pill or What? #ThePOW
Continuing our team’s review of eco-friendly sanitary products, Charlotte shares her experiences with one of the better known brands of menstrual cup: the Mooncup.
Tampons, pads and panty liners along with their packaging generate more than 200,000 tonnes of waste per year, and they all contain plastic - in fact, disposable pads are around 90% plastic!
We review some reusable, eco-friendly alternatives to disposable menstrual products that can help stem the heavy flow of this environmental impact.
As we’ve engaged and built relationships with users, one of the most audible messages from them was that they wanted the service to be highly confidential and discrete.
GDPR clarifies where responsibility for privacy protection lies with any organisations who collect, store, manage, process and analyse any form of personal data. The new law is therefore obviously very relevant to SH:24, and we welcome its introduction.
Does access to contraceptives still represent the progress and sexual freedom it did when the Pill was born more than 50 years ago?
In October I shared some of my body positivity journey with you. Since then I’ve heard lots of people say that the first step on their journey was the same as the first step on mine – sorting out their Instagram feed.
When you reach your 100th birthday, you can expect a letter from the Queen. When you reach your first quarter century, you can expect a letter from the NHS about cervical screening, inviting you to book #yourfirstsmear and usually every 3 years after that.
Kindness is a powerful and transformative gift you can give to yourself and others. Our tips you can use all year round to make your world a kinder place.
I’m on a mission this year to love my body unconditionally, and you should be too, whatever it looks like.
Health and fitness coach, Phil Hyland's practical advice on the surprising ways exercise can improve your sexy times...
Sexual Health Week just keeps getting more exciting! We’ve interviewed Cindy Gallop, champion of the Social Sex Revolution and founder of MakeLoveNotPorn.
Mindful drinking movement Club Soda's Laura Willoughby, Mindful drinking movement Club Soda’s Laura Willoughby has some advice for people who could do with a team approach to making positive change in their lives
SH:24 colleagues and supporters share their coming out stories and advice for those at the beginning of their journey...
We explore the safer sex options women who have sex with women can use, how practical they are and potential future innovations to better address this need...
Scott Ideson sat down with Dr Michael Brady, to talk HIV, PrEP, stigma and the work needed to reach zero transmission.
SH:24 caught up with Hakeem Kazeem, co-runner of club and performance night Batty Mama, which promotes queer black and brown bodies and artists..
Dr Verity Sullivan examines Argentinian sexual and reproductive health services, providing a stark as a reminder of the need to protect the services that we have