Do gay men need to wear tampons?

There are so many questions that people have, especially when their information comes through the grapevine. So rather than letting myth turn to fact, we'll answer them for you.

Will having anal sex cause anal cancer?

Anal cancer, although rare, is still a killer disease if it's not caught in time, but the act of anal sex will not cause cancer, Dr Rick Viney, consultant urological surgeon at BMI The Priory and BMI Edgbaston hospitals in Birmingham told us.

Is it normal to bleed after anal sex?

Bleeding after anal sex can happen on your first go-round or your 100th - so to put your mind and butt at rest, here's why it happens and what you can do about it.