Category Archives: Sexual/Reproductive health


The month of October is recognised internationally as “Breast Cancer Awareness month” (BCAM), a tradition dating back to 1985, with many activities set aside to promote the awareness of the Breast cancer burden/scourge.

The “Pink Ribbon” (and the colour Pink) is the internationally accepted symbol of Breast cancer awareness and advocacy, a practice that first evolved in 1991.

"Breasts do not define femininity"!
“Breasts do not define femininity”!
Angelina Jolie’s announcement that she had undergone a “prophylactic” bilateral mastectomy (surgical removal of both breasts) earlier this year, after discovering that she carried genetic mutations that greatly increased the risk of susceptibility to Breast cancer, again drew worldwide media attention to the scourge of this condition. Other popular personalities/celebrities Continue reading BREAST CANCER


Premature Ejaculation!

Although we had a lot of reservations about putting up a public post on this very sensitive topic, those were largely overcome by the large number of requests for information on this seemingly distressing problem.
So here goes…

Premature ejaculation occurs when a male sex partner reaches orgasm (“comes”, “climaxes”, etc) before he or his partner desires so…that is, he reaches orgasm (and thus ejaculates) too early. This may range from before penetration to shortly after doing so. It’s not a matter of length of time or duration of intercourse, but rather simply about adequately satisfying himself and the partner. Continue reading Premature Ejaculation!