Tag: #FutureBeatCampaign

[PODCAST] SHOCKING PULL OUT GAME REVELATIONS #FUTUREBEATS

We asked people to share their pull out game stories and this is what happened… Today on the Afternoon Shutdown with Matt Tsolo, Penny & The Bonesh had their weekly Future beats feature. This week, they spoke about having sex without a condom resulting to a guy having to pull out. Be prepared to hear things…..

[PODCAST] “WHAT IS RIMMING?” #FUTUREBEATS

Social media was a buzz this week over the question; “What is Rimming?”. Well, I was joined by a few of my friends in studio and we discussed the topic and even went as far as how it can put you at the risk of Sexual Transmitted Diseases. Listen to the Full and Uncensored Podcast below…..

[PODCAST] WOULD YOU SLEEP WITH SOMEONE TO GET EMPLOYED?

“Come over here sleep with me instead” Graduating is a massive milestone but getting a job in South Africa is harder than most things, if you think about it. What happens when you get called to an interview just to be asked to trade sex for employment? Here is the story: #FutureBeats: A friend of #CampusDrive…..

[PODCAST] is it possible to be in a relationship with an HIV(+) person when you are HIV(-) ?

SboDaKingĀ  had a sit down with Thobile Zulu who is from the DUT HIV/AIDS student counselling and health centre. They spoke about the relationship dynamic faced by partners when one is HIV+ and the other HIV-. The discussion opened a door to a world of information that one wouldn’t have known was possible. The discussion gave…..

FUTURE BEAT TOPIC: DO YOU PREFER DATING CIRCUMCISED GUYS OR NOT?

  Medical male circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin, the retractable skin that covers the head of the penis. It is a simple and safe procedure that is performed by a qualified doctor, healthcare worker or at the mountain (entabeni). Do you prefer dating a circumcised guy or not? Is the sex the same…..

FUTURE BEAT: BISEXUAL HEALTH AWARENESS

        Even though the month of March has passed, it is important to raise awareness around bisexual during Health Awareness Month, which is April as minority groups are often ignored in directing health information. Today we will be discussing some of the challenges they face on a day-to-day basis. Do you think society…..