Below is a piece I wrote in 2019 in solidarity with The Honourable Juliet Cuthbert. It is my hope that in her new role as State Minister of Health and Wellness that we will once again review the archaic laws on abortion in Jamaica.
Each person has a responsibility when it comes to changing the inaccurate face of HIV.
The treatment of breast cancer may sometimes involve removing the breast, there are options for reconstruction. Read here for more information.
It takes some time to find the condom that’s feels like it was made just for you.
Here’s how to wash your penis.
Let us include our men and boys in the fight against period stigma and shame and have them be our allies through education and open discussion.
Let’s fight the stigma and discrimination against HIV/AIDS by shifting the fight to a social and cultural one.
If it is one thing Jamaica does right, it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Having sex? Remember to pick up a (male) condom!
We know all about safe sex, but what about life after an STI?