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You’ve heard the phrase ‘sex tech’ tossed around, but what does it really mean?
We explore the fascinating world of sex tech, and what it could mean when it comes to improving your sex life and boosting your pleasure.
Now that’s the kinda technology we can get on board with…
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There are times when sex can feel truly overwhelming.
To the point that you don’t want to try anymore, or perhaps even give up entirely.
Today we are looking at sexual last resorts, because your sex life is worth fighting for.
Earth Day is upon us once more.
Which is the perfect time to Spring clean your sex tool kit to make sure it’s as eco-friendly as possible!
To celebrate, we are exploring some top tips for more eco-friendly sex.
Seeing someone you care about in pain is never easy, and while you want to help them, you might not always feel sure how to be a good support person.
Even the most well-meaning people can make some accidental blunders as allies, which can be very painful for everyone.
Learn how to navigate these waters with grace and compassion.
Using cannabis to increase sexual health, activate sexual energy and enhance sensuality is cutting edge.
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Ejaculation can make for a sticky subject.
When it comes to crossing the finish during partnered sex, proper ejaculation etiquette is one of the most important considerations.
Strength and stamina may be the pillars of a bang-up workout, but the same can be totally said for one of life’s greatest activities: hot sex!
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Ah, hormonal birth control, such a contentious topic for such a small pill. It can help prevent pregnancy, regulate periods, and improve symptoms of hormonal imbalance.
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Even though we should be in the know about these pesky plights year-round, April marks the official occasion of STI Awareness Month.
Because 20 million people contract one each year in the U.S. alone, protecting each other’s bodies should be at the top of everyone’s to-do list.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, though I wish it were every day of the year. Self-care after sexual assault is crucial, but can feel challenging.