How Soon Can I Get Tested for STIs After Unprotected Sex?

How Soon Can I Get Tested for STIs After Unprotected Sex?

Posted On: August 10, 2019

We like to think we are always responsible for our bodies and sexual health and take the necessary precautions e.g. protected sex – but being humans, we might not always do the “right thing”. Or we may have been the unfortunate recipient of rape/ assault/ “stealthing” – a despicable sexual act where a person with […]

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5 Forms of Contraception

5 Forms of Contraception

Posted On: July 18, 2019

There are different forms of contraceptions. They are: Oral Contraceptive Barrier Contraceptive e.g. male condom; female condom (not popular and as far as I understand also not available in Singapore due to lack of demand) Birth Control Implant – lasts 3 – 5 years Injectable Contraceptive Long Acting Reversible Contraception – Need to get fitted […]

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TV Shows about Sex Education (That British Show)

TV Shows about Sex Education (That British Show)

Posted On: November 12, 2018

There are many tv shows about sex education and The Sex Education Show, is probably the most well-known one. The Sex Education Show is a British sex education television show. It is presented by a Journalist, Anna Richardson, and a GP, Dr Radha Modgil and is shown on Channel 4. So far, there are 5 series of this tv show […]

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Infographic: Birth Control Options Explained

Infographic: Birth Control Options Explained

Posted On: July 22, 2017

Check out this infographic on birth control options by TIME. Let us know if you have questions relating to birth control here. We will do our best to get them answered.. About Dr. Martha Tara Lee Surrounded by friends who were sexually inhibited and struck by dire lack of positive conversations around sex and sexuality in […]

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Live @ The 5 Show on Channel 5

Live @ The 5 Show on Channel 5

Posted On: April 28, 2015

I was on The 5 Show talking about the importance of scheduling time for physical intimacy on Channel 5 on Monday 27 April, 8:30 – 9p.m. Actually my segment was around 3 mins. You can watch it here. Watch it here. Who is Martha? Dr. Martha Tara Lee is Founder and Clinical Sexologist of Eros […]

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Movie Review: Rubbers

Movie Review: Rubbers

Posted On: April 14, 2015

Is sex a taboo subject? As a sexologist, everybody around me tells me so. Indeed, my clients who come in to me usually have difficulties in the bedroom. It is often linked to the lack of sexuality education, as well as challenges around sexual communication. If we can’t talk about sex, can we start by […]

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What’s Wrong With The Princess Who Loves Pink?

What’s Wrong With The Princess Who Loves Pink?

Posted On: March 18, 2015

Not many people know this. I have many soul sisters and only one biological sister. Younger by one year, Hannah is married with two young kids. Yesterday, I was with her when I suggested she pick out one present on my behalf for each of her children. The shop we were in didn’t have what […]

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Top 10 Preconception Steps

Posted On: March 5, 2013

Start taking folic acid supplements and a daily multivitamin. Have a preconception doctor’s visit. Have all the necessary vaccinations. Stop drinking alcohol. Stop your tobacco intake. Limit your coffee intake. Eat healthy food. Keep away from cat litter. Begin an exercise program. Make love once a day during yoru fertile days and regularly throughout your […]

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Oral Sex is not always safe sex

Posted On: January 17, 2012

This article first appeared on CozyCot. I run a blow job workshop for ladies – 41 times to date, actually. During the workshop Funtastic Fellatio, whenever I state that oral sex is not safe sex, I inadvertently get raised eyebrows or questioning looks from the female participants. A few honest ones would admit that they […]

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Forum letter on MOE’s Revised Sexuality Education Program

Posted On: January 3, 2012

The following is my letter to the Straits Times Forum page and the Today newspaper. On 27 December 2011, Yahoo Singapore reported how the New Paper had reported that the Ministry of Education “has drafted a revised Sexuality Education Programme (SEP) to boost emphasis on abstinence over contraception.” I read with great dismay that the […]

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Street Smart or Sex Smart?

Posted On: November 15, 2011

This article first appeared on the CozyCot website. So, how did you select your secondary school after your PSLE (Primary School Leaving Examinations)? How did you decide what career to pursue? Before any major purchase, what would you do before making the final choice? Of course, you must have conducted some form of research into […]

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