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HIV DIY FYI – Self Testing

Now you can test yourself for HIV at home.   For around R200-00 or less, HIV self-testing kits are now readily available online or from most pharmacies around the country. This makes testing more convenient and accessible, which is vital…

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Boost Yoself!

Having low self-confidence is a major obstacle in life.  Therefore, when you don’t believe in yourself, then it’s harder for others to believe in you. Going for a job interview?  If you are not confident that you’ll be able to…

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I’m the STIG

So, I just got back from the clinic, and it’s official… I’m the STIG: Sexually transmitted Infection guy. It was bound to happen, I guess - a few too many times tripping the light fantastic and living la Vida Loca…

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TOILET DOT WHEN?

Gay guys have been getting their groove on in toilets for ages. In fact, the unofficial homo history books will testify that our gay ancestors also found it convenient. Nowadays, guys are ‘outchea’ following this tradition, but now they’re using…

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We The Brave: Lube Tube

Lube Tube

Lube versus What is NOT Lube. Why use Lube? It makes things easier. Some parts of your body that are great for sex… Are not self-lubricating, unfortunately. Lube is excellent for anal sex. Silky smooth and a great sensation. If…

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Let’s get anal!

Anal sex is common amongst straight and gay people alike.  We don’t get to have the franchise on “backdoor delivery”. But for some reason, society likes to lump all the stigma surrounding anal at our door (front door and back!)…

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Blow Jobs: Like a Boss!

Here’s a mouthful on safer oral sex. Whether you’re getting a “job” or giving one, there’s always room for improvement, especially when it comes to taking care of “business”, like your health. Check it out! Take a long hard look…

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WTB:Valentines Day





Don’t get a virus for Valentine’s Day

It’s nice to get something on V – Day, like cards, choccies and champers. But, let’s not make it ‘V’ for “venereal.” The problem with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) like gonorrhoea, syphilis, herpes, chlamydia, genital warts (HPV), hepatitis and HIV,…

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