Parents »

Many parents and carers feel uncomfortable or unsure about talking with their children about relationships and sex . But there is support available for discussing sex and relationships with your family.

Speakeasy – courses for Parents and Carers in Lanarkshire

Speakeasy is a fun and relaxed course that helps parents and carers build on what they already know about relationships and …

Delayed Ejaculation »

This is the opposite of premature ejaculation, and is when orgasm and ejaculation takes too long to reach. This can happen occasionally to any man, but when it occurs too frequently then it may be a problem. Remember that you do not need to reach orgasm on every occasion for sexual activity to be fulfilling and pleasant. A sexual partner may also become uncomfortable or experience pain with …

Trans »

… treatment, and then a further year of the “real-life test”, where they live as a member of the opposite sex.

The length of the whole procedure can be reduced if it is carried out privately, but obviously this could cost a lot of money.

For more advice see: www.sandyford.org/are-you-looking-for-sandyford-library-or-sexual-health-resources/approved-list-of-leaflets/gender-identity.aspx

The LGBT Centre for Health and Wellbeing have launched a helpline which will provide information …

Being Heterosexual »

People who are heterosexual are attracted to people of the opposite sex to themselves

While it is surely easier to be heterosexual, there is still an expectation of what that means.

This means you might be expected to get married and settle down and have children whether you are ready for this or not. You may decide that you don’t want this at any stage in your life.

The …