Pansexuality has its own treasure trove of difficulties. People often (wrongly) view pansexuals as confused, greedy, or going through a phase. People think they will one day emerge identifying as gay or lesbian.
These rumors are untrue and harmful, but they persist nonetheless. I wrote a whole article about the intricacies of Pansexuality and Bisexuality here. But being pan and identifying as a man? Whoa, brother. That’s another set of difficulties. There’s a lot to unpack here, so let’s begin!
On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by Allison K – a fan and friend of the show – to talk about how to get your sex life back after having breast cancer.
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No one plans to encounter illness. It’s very common for the healthiest relationships to ebb and flow with the highs and lows of life.
But for some couples, getting struck with a sudden and unexpected illness results in challenges you simply can’t prepare for, and it can leave both partners feeling powerless and resentful taking a toll on your connection.
First off, I learn so much from your podcasts, thank you!
I am 36 and recently separated from a 16-year relationship.
After waiting eight months, I decided I was ready to start dating again.
A few colleagues of mine recommended some dating apps, so I checked them out. I went on two Tindr dates and they went horribly.
Then I gave it one last shot and started talking to a guy six years older than me. We have been talking for two weeks but haven’t met in person yet. So far, our connection has been great!
So here’s my question for you: Is there a certain timeline to meet this guy and move forward from there? What do you suggest when it comes to going from cyber- and phone-chatting to meeting IRL?
Laura, 36, Texas. Continue Reading
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I’m a big fan of masturbation.
It’s something I’ve done since I was a teenager, and feel like I’ve always had a pretty healthy outlook on what it brings to both the self-care and partnered sex arenas.
Fantasy, of course, often goes along with it. But for the past couple of months, I’ve had one particular thought that I can’t get off my mind. Much less, have been able to figure out…
Is it normal to want to eat your own ejaculate?
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To help commemorate the fabulous occasion in history as well as essence, here’s a Pride Month Medley of our top Pride-themed blogs and podcasts.
Because, while June gloom may be in full swing, not even that can rain on our parade—our Pride parade, to be exact!
It’s the annual time of year specially dedicated to celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community and their monumental quest for equality.
While the parades, parties, and campaigns have come to be a large part of the celebration as we know it today, there’s a whole lot more to it than just that.
Usually, personality types are an ignored aspect of romantic relationships.
It’s common to think that in an ideal world, all partners in a relationship would have similar personality types.
The thinking being that similar personality types will make for a compatible and harmonious relationship. However, that’s a very limited and often inaccurate view.
The truth is that any personality types can be compatible, no matter how different. In order to be successful though, some tools are required. Here is a crash course.
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There’s a lot to get hung up on when traversing the world of sex.
However, if there’s one thing that takes the cake, it’s how to navigate the mystery of mismatched libidos.
In addition to a head, heart, and opinion about the Game of Thrones series finale—everyone has a sex drive.
Some are naturally high, some are low, but either way, it’s important to know there’s a lot that affects and goes into managing it.
To help get to the bottom of this and more, we’re happy to present a mashup of our favorite blogs and podcasts that can help guide you on the journey.
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.