Print Lifestyle Editor Danni Darrah discusses whether sex education should place a greater emphasis on pleasure when teaching safe sex.
Should contraception be available prescription-free?
Georgia Balmer investigates the introduction of prescription-free contraceptive pills and the potential dangers this could hold.
Sexism kills – exploring consent, contraception and the stigma surrounding female sexual healthcare
Leah Frape discusses how the recent coil controversy has opened up a debate around female sexual and reproductive health
How long should my contraceptive pill break be?
Gemma Dauncey scrutinises the current confusion of deciding on the right number of days between taking the contraceptive pill It is fair to say that contraception has come a long way and, unlike past generations, we are no longer reliant on abstinence or coitus interruptus thanks to the NHS offering (hopefully) something for everyone. But […]
The Male Contraceptive Pill: What is hindering the development of male birth control?
Anna Wilmot explores whether there is a future to the male contraceptive pill.
The Pill: Sexual Liberator or Limitator?
When the birth control pill was introduced in the 1960s, it sparked a revolution: women could take charge of their own sexual freedom. Now, women around the world are finding alternatives to the Pill after recognition of its effects on psychological health. Despite the six decades that pill has been omnipresent, 99% effective and not […]