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A Humble Submission 18 Sep 2017 | 7:47 AM

Rights of a child suspect

What are the rights of a child who is being investigated for a crime?

In Your Face 24 Aug 2017 | 12:00 AM

Protecting children with disabilities

CHILDREN. As of late, we can’t deny that they’ve been the target of some really sick stuff. We only have to look back to last week to see the latest case: a temporary teacher at a vernacular school was charged last Thursday with committing sexual physical contact on a nine-year-old male pupil.

A Humble Submission 29 Jun 2017 | 12:00 AM

Mourn the tragic deaths, but observe due process

We should not prejudge, and the accused have the right to defend themselves against the charges.

Putting Dr G On The Spot 14 May 2017 | 7:58 AM

Masturbation and teenagers

From a medical viewpoint, masturbation is a form of self-induced sexual stimulation of one's genitals for arousal and pleasure.

Ask Dr G 05 Mar 2017 | 2:17 AM

Circumcised men who want their foreskins back

The practice of foreskin restoration has been recorded since ancient times during the Greek and Roman Empire.

Ask Dr G 30 Oct 2016 | 8:25 AM

Worms in the pants

Louise J Kaplan, the psychoanalyst and author who used a psychological lens and literary allusion to define and explain seemingly titillating topics in sex once said: “Adolescence is the conjugate of childhood and adulthood.”

Ask Dr G 13 Mar 2016 | 7:56 AM

Women’s Sexual health still a taboo?

Female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD) is also known as Candace Syndrome.

Ask Dr G 21 Jun 2015 | 10:13 AM

Sterilisation the most common form of permanent contraception

Sterilisation is extremely effective at preventing pregnancy - but who should do it? The man or the woman?

The Gratitudist 24 Sep 2014 | 7:08 AM

Students of life

Lessons in the classroom can often be a two-way process.

Ask Dr G 04 May 2014 | 7:41 AM

'Web' of protection

The Human Papilloma Virus is the most common sexually transmitted infection in adults. According to the National Cancer Institute, widespread vaccination has the potential to reduce cervical cancer deaths by as much as two thirds.