PrEP isn’t free on the NHS in England, but it needs to be

For the 26,000 people in England taking part in the PrEP Impact Trial, the drug is available for free on the NHS. Everyone else wanting it, however, does not have the same luxury and can pay anywhere from £17.50 to hundreds of pounds per month for it, depending on where they buy it. But why … Continue reading PrEP isn’t free on the NHS in England, but it needs to be

Making Porn the Norm: the rise of OnlyFans and its unintentional promotion of sexual health awareness

Is homemade porn making the industry a more acceptable place to find a career? Can those starring in it make a difference to sexual health awareness? Conor Clark investigates The stigma of admitting you enjoy watching porn has existed for as long as porn has, but starring in it has always been the biggest stigma … Continue reading Making Porn the Norm: the rise of OnlyFans and its unintentional promotion of sexual health awareness