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  • PrEP Protects - PrEP is a pill that stops me getting HIVOur new campaign: PrEP Protects
    If you follow us social media, you would have seen us going on about our new PrEP campaign, PrEP Protects. PrEP Protects launched earlier this month during Black History Month. The campaign aims to drive up awareness of the HIV prevention pill among black African communities. PrEP – also known as […]
  • Shigella: the sneaky sexually transmitted infection you might not know about
    Shigella might sound like a drag act paying tribute to Nigella Lawson but it’s an increasingly common sexually transmitted infection and it’s not to be taken lightly. Currently on the rise among gay and bisexual men, shigella is a type of bacteria that can lead to a nasty gut infection. […]
  • The Sanasi‘Maintaining good sexual health is a form of self-care’
    By Amos Sanasi, Nigerian Sexologist and founder of Nigeria’s first sex-positive brand, RevaginateNG. Like many Africans, I grew up thinking that HIV was a death sentence. Our HIV education consisted of us being told that having HIV meant you’re promiscuous and will have a shorter lifespan. But […]

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