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c7f78006e9b85af1585951e4aacca384You’ve been planning for months. Scrimping and saving every dime, doing odd jobs and searching for coins in the couch cushions.

Just fantasizing of the day that you can make your escape.

It’s time to forget about the water bill and the countless work memos that keep sliding into your inbox; you’re taking your first trip abroad!

You want to see it all. The culture, the architecture, the nightlife, and especially, the people.

A survey conducted by Tripadvisor showed that 58 percent of people admitted to hooking up while on vacation. Maybe it’s the sun, maybe it’s the alcohol, or maybe you feel like you just goddamn deserve it.

Whatever your reason, if you’re looking for new experiences under the sun and under the sheets, you aren’t the only one. So sit back, relax, and pack away a few of these tips for hooking up on your overseas journey… Continue Reading

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In addition to Pride Month and the summer solstice, June also marks national Men’s Health Month.

Men’s Health Month is an annual affair to raise awareness of preventable health problems.

It strives to encourage early detection, as well as treatment of diseases and other conditions affecting males around the world.

Taking control of one’s well-being is also deeply rooted in your sexual health too.

So we put together a medley of our best men’s health blogs and podcasts to give all the guys out there some sexy – and helpful – tips to chew on year-round.

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fighting the good fightDid you know that today is National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day? For the past 14 years, we have taken the time on March 10th to empower young women to make the healthiest choices when it comes to sex, and educate them on the impact of HIV/AIDS on women everywhere. This year’s theme, “HIV Prevention Starts With Me” stresses how everyone has a role to play in HIV prevention — women, men, community organizations, health care providers, those who are HIV-negative, and those who are living with HIV. That’s why everyone needs to always stay educated and take action. 

Prevention is key in helping to build future HIV and AIDS-free generations, but what is being done NOW to help those already exposed to the virus?

This article, originally posted on About.com, provides insight on the organizations that are fighting the good fight against HIV/AIDS every single day…

f you want to learn more,  tune in or call in to our Sex with Emily Sirius show on STARS Channel 109, 5-7pm PST, 8-10 EST.  I’m here to answer all your questions!

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