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Uma

How difficult is it to find out about sex in the Indian society? Well, if you take it from adolescents in India, they will tell you just how tricky it is. Learning about sex education is something as simple as learning about our bodies. Sexual & reproductive health rights are possibly one of the most […]

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When did we normalise having an awkward conversation at the chemist or the clinic to buy a condom? As a society, India still struggles to create safe spaces for its adolescents where they can openly access contraceptives, have conversations about their sexual health and ask questions that plague them ever since they hit puberty. This […]

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Jugal Kishore

Adolescents go through several changes in their bodies and sometimes it is not all that easy to have no answers. In this episode of Attention Please, Dr Jugal Kishore, Director Professor and Head of Department at Vardhman Mahavir Medical College, talks about the different ways in which a doctor can provide the right information to […]

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Devesh Chopra

Do you think if you don’t share information about sex, contraceptives and other birds and bees, the adolescents will never find out? In this episode of Attention Please, we talk to an SRH educator to learn how the terms “sex” and “sexuality” carry a lot of stigmas and taboo and are considered culturally sensitive areas […]

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Uma

In India, if you have a question about your body and need guidance on sexual health? Where can one go? An Adolescent Friendly Health Clinic is a one-stop shop that can prove as a helpful resource for young adults but how many adolescents really know about it? And more importantly are they accessible? This episode […]

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Uma

Uma needed a safe space to share her story but at an early age she didn’t find one where she could feel secure. But Uma was keen on educating herself about gender and sexual health. Soon she became a peer educator where she was interacting with local communities to increase the level of awareness on […]

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Nisha kumari

Where can one buy sanitary pads? Where do babies come from? Simple questions, but they remain unanswered for most adolescents. Attention Please is an attempt to kickstart conversations about sexual and reproductive health rights where we’re handing the mic (the smartphone actually) over to adolescents, peer educators and frontline workers so that they can share […]

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