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Events :: Достъп :: Web platform LOVEGUIDE launched

Web platform LOVEGUIDE launched

Loveguide 2Sofia, March 11 2016
The Loveguide online platform was created based on the idea of Nikoleta Popkostadinova – one of the five finalists of the first Reach for change edition back in 2014. This is the place where young people can receive reliable information on love, sex and intimate relationships.
The small but enthusiastic team of the platform is trying in a most comprehensive clear and positive way to present trustworthy information young people would be interested to know about sex and intimacy.
The content is divided into two parts. In ENCYCLOPEDIA and THE SEX From A to Z adolescents can find explanations of Loveguide 1unknown terms, to learn about the differences between her and his body, about the changes – emotional and physical – during the puberty, to receive advices on relationships, how to recognize harassment and abuse in a relationship and how to cope and prevent it, as well facts and myths on virginity and different kinds of sex, details on sexually transmitted infections and how to protect themselves, what to decide and how to act in different intimate situations and much more information. In the section INTERESTING there will be personal stories, facts, Q and A and more useful advices.
The teenagers could share everything else they want to know, what excites them and what is interesting for them. They can write questions, share experience, life events and stories – anonymously and safe at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

For more information visit LOVEGUIDE: http://loveguide.bg 


 

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Events :: Достъп :: Web platform LOVEGUIDE launched