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  • Hormones are not a replacement for birth control
    Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been a life-saving treatment for transgender and non-binary people for many years now. Transgender men and transmasculine people often choose to take testosterone as a way to combat gender dysphoria – but can testosterone be relied on as a form of birth […]
  • Finding the right condom for you
    As many of us know, condoms aren’t a one-size-fits-all kind of deal. Some are too big; some are too small; some feel weird; and some may even give some users an allergic reaction – not exactly the kind of ‘buzz’ you might be hoping for during sex. Your choice of condom makes a huge […]

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