B-Wise: What’s it all about?

Check out for honest information about your health, sex, relationships, contraceptives, STIs including HIV so that you can make the best decision for you!

B-Wise really cares about your health and your wellbeing. New features coming soon are on health and nutrition, mental health, gender-based violence among others! Keep checking out B-Wise for the 411 on your health.

Know your body

Growing up comes with many exciting changes – you may get taller, grow hair where it didn’t grow before, and you may notice a new smell under your arms. No matter where you live, whether you’re a guy, girl, or in between, you will experience the changes that happens when you get older. No two people are exactly alike but it’s important to remember that everybody goes through it. Check out body info about male, female, transgender and intersex (link to:

Let’s talk about sex

The lowdown on getting down. Get an understanding of this completely natural and normal activity. Ultimately, when it comes to sex (whether it is self-pleasuring, masturbation, or with someone you trust), you want to empower yourself to be able to evaluate risks and make good decisions that suit your life. Find out about issues like what sex is and how it happens, if you’re ready for sex, all about consent (how to ask someone if they want to have sex) and all about masturbation (link to:

Relationships, intimacy and sexuality

There are many kinds of relationships and the way we interact with others can have a big effect on your health. Knowing the difference between a healthy and an unhealthy relationship can help you understand what it means to have a positive relationship. Being aware of the way relationships affect you, can help you make the best choice for you. Find out all about sexuality, feelings and relationships (link to:

Prevention: Pregnancy, STIs and HIV

When you’ve made the decision to have sex, it’s really important to know and understand the many options you have available to preventing a sexually transmitted infection or unplanned pregnancy. Read up on all the facts so you can enjoy sex the way it’s intended to be – risk free (link to: