Episodes

Born With HIV

What does it mean to be born with HIV and how do young women navigate their lives with it.

Learning about sex

A lot of young women struggle to speak to their parents about sex but where should young people learn about sex? Is the school curriculum sufficient?

Parenting

Being a parent is not an easy job especially when you are young, support is very important because it can ease off the pressure.

Dealmakers and dealbreakers

What kind of a partner are you looking for? What are your dealmakers and dealbreakers in a relationship?

Intimate partner violence

Intimate partner violence is domestic violence by a current or former spouse or partner in an intimate relationship against the other spouse or partner. IPV can take a number of forms, including physical, verbal, emotional, economic and sexual abuse

LGBTQIA+

Why do we discriminate against LGBTQIA+ people? Joshua from Iranti talks to us about the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity.

Justice After Rape

Is there Justice After rape? Why are women still blamed for being raped and also experience secondary victimisation from the police? They get questions like what were you wearing, were you drunk? As if that gives men permission to rape women.

Public Transport Safety

Women suffer at the hands of men every time they use public transport especially in taxi ranks. They don't have the freedom to wear what they want because it is seen as provoking men and also leads into harassment.

Mental Health

There's a lot of issues we experience as young black and we're constantly under pressure which is not good for our mental health but how can we seek help? What are the signs that we're not mentally healthy, who do we speak to? On this episode we talk about the difference between mental health and mental illness and the services available.