HOPE Zimbabwe Integrates Boys/Girls SRHR Issues

INTEGRATING girls and boys Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) issues could go a long way in ensuring gender equality and tolerance, a Hope for Adolescents and Youth Zimbabwe official has said. By Michael Gwarisa In an interview with HealthTimes on the sidelines of the ongoing SRHR workshop, Hope Zimbabwe Vice Board Chair, Mrs Ratidzai Ndlovu said leaving boys behind in the quest to achieve gender equality was tantamount to “shooting ourselves in the foot.” “Girls have a lot of disadvantages because of the gender issues, this is why we incorporate…

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Will Using a Butterfly Cup Break The Hymen?

Today, science informs us that some girls are born without a hymen, that it can be so stretchy as to not break, even during penetrative sex or fragile enough that it breaks during regular exercise. The hymen has relatively few blood vessels and so bleeding is not guaranteed, even if it is broken during sexual intercourse. Just like so many other parts of our anatomy, the hymen comes in many shapes and sizes. Every girl is different. This means that whilst using a sanitary product that is inserted like a…

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