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Sunday Was One of the most inspiring days for the HERO team

by David in ONE-FOR-ONE

With the help of our partners at ‘Bona Naledi’ the HERO team hosted a local soccer tournament in Old Naledi. Four teams battled it out on a dirt soccer pitch for the victory; namely Zola Masters, Township Rollers Supporters Club, Gaborone United Supporters Club and Bona Naledi FC. The HERO team used this day as […]

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Day 3 and the HERO team awoke to a very exciting opportunity…

by David in ONE-FOR-ONE

Day 3 and the HERO team were back to the airport to greet the arrival of Tim Dormer, Winner of Australian Big Brother 2013 and current contestant on Celebrity Apprentice. Tim approached HERO after hearing about the brand and our cause and expressed a keen interest to learn more about the positive social impact we were […]

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Touch down; Team HERO has landed in Botswana – an amazing country with such beautiful people

by David in ONE-FOR-ONE

HERO is in Botswana not only to donate 500,000 custom designed condoms, but to also meet with Government officials and NGOs to discuss and implement a formal plan for distribution and how we can integrate our condoms into a best practice model for prevention of the spread of HIV/AIDS in Botswana. HERO have set some […]

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Sexuality Coaching: Do you need some? (and saucy things you can learn)

by Juliet Allen in EMPOWERMENT

As a sexologist a big part of my job is to spend time with amazing people who want to solve their sex challenges and feel empowered as sexual beings. Sexuality coaching is fast becoming popular globally and I believe it’s an essential ingredient if you’re seeking a healthy and pleasurable sex life. So what the […]

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Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus

by Juliet Allen in RESPECT

Women often misunderstand men, and men often misunderstand women. This is a normal and natural pattern in millions of heterosexual relationships. When it comes to sex, it’s common for couples to feel frustrated with each other, often expressing that they just wish their partner ‘got’ what it is they want in bed. So with this […]

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A Day In The Life Of A Sexologist – Juliet Allen­ HERO Condoms Sexologist

by Juliet Allen in EMPOWERMENT

What the hell is a sexologist? Are you serious, does such a career even exist? How did you become a sexologist? I get asked all these questions, and more, on a weekly basis. With this in mind, it’s about time I write about a day in the life of me; a full­time sexologist, writer, mother […]

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Top 3 Condom Myths {De­bunked}

by Juliet Allen in HEALTH

It seems that in today’s day and age, the topic of condoms still remains largely taboo. Many people feel as uncomfortable talking about condoms, as they do talking about sex. So why is it that people don’t feel comfortable talking about them, and more importantly, why aren’t they using them regularly? Myths about condom usage are common in […]

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Ebola Survivors Should Use Condoms Indefinitely

by David in HEALTH

The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have warned the public that the Ebola virus may survive in semen long after it is undetectable in other bodily fluids. Consequently, they have recommended that men who survive Ebola use condoms after recovery until more is known about transmission through this mechanism. The announcement comes after […]

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3 Reasons Why Sex Will Boost Your Immunity This Winter

by Juliet Allen in HEALTH

Winter is coming, and with it we often see a rise in the common cold and flu. Whilst lying in bed sniffling and sneezing, it’s likely that your desire for sex will be at an all-time low and there’s nothing worse than feeling ‘un-sexy’. Believe it or not, engaging in more sex at this time […]

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Botswana Battles Against ‘Extinction’

by David in HEALTH

If there is anywhere in the world where a model for the treatment of HIV and Aids is needed, it is Botswana. This landlocked country in southern Africa has the highest incidence of the condition, almost 40% of its adult population being infected. The average life expectancy has just fallen below 40 years for the first time since 1950.

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