Dr Eve provides clarity on the meaning of sexual orientation

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Today on the Redi Tlhabi Show, Dr Eve, Clinical Sexologist, asked CapeTalk/702 listeners to consider where they are currently at in terms of their own sexual orientation.

She encouraged listeners to take an honest look into this subject saying today’s topic ‘is more about looking at the intimacy of your own life’.

She says that our sexual orientation evolves according to age and different stages people go through in life.

Perhaps there is overflow for people because of the fluidity of their sexual orientation and they flow into different scenarios of life style.

Dr Eve, clinical sexologist

Based on research, Dr Eve says that people are not only shifting into different orientations based on sex, but on other variables like emotional attachment, lust and admiration.

We want to be able to know what people are doing so that we can educate them, direct education at people who need it and make health accessible to everyone, irrespective of what your sexual orientation is

Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
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