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Are you wrong about your sexual orientation?

23 April 2015, 18:29

Dorothy Black spoke to gender activist and psychosexual educator Delene van Dyk about love, sex and the evolution of our sexual orientation.

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Kids exposed to secondhand smoke may have clogged arteries

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Why a curvaceous booty drives men wild

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A sense of purpose may benefit your brain

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Alcohol remains popular treatment for illnesses in Kenya

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