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Getting Back to Great Sex After Trauma

Getting Back to Great Sex After Trauma

Sexual trauma is a common—yet isolating—occurrence. When traumatic sexual experiences interfere with your sex life, it can diminish the satisfaction that you feel. Working through this to reprioritize your pleasure can be difficult, but it is rewarding. Bodily...

BDSM: A Healthy Part of Your Self-Care Routine

BDSM: A Healthy Part of Your Self-Care Routine

BDSM used to be stigmatized as something that damaged folks engaged in, and was, in general, considered a deviant kind of sexuality. For those who are unfamiliar, BDSM stands for bondage, discipline, sadism, and masochism. BDSM culture covers a broad spectrum of...

The Intersection of Self-Image and Sexuality

The Intersection of Self-Image and Sexuality

People who grow up without comprehensive sex education can have trouble understanding sex—and this problem manifests in many different ways. Even those who did get a good baseline sex education in all likelihood learned primarily about heterosexual sex and how to...

Pandemic Sex: How to Navigate It Safely

Pandemic Sex: How to Navigate It Safely

The new coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has swept around the world, closing down entire countries, overwhelming health care systems, and making its way into our bedrooms. Feeling lonely and a bit depressed during this isolating, frightening time is normal. Sex is a...

How to Be a Better Flirt

How to Be a Better Flirt

Just like there’s a fine line between friendship and romance, there’s also a fine line between casual chitchat and flirting. Knowing whether or not someone is flirting with you can be difficult, and so is upgrading a friendly convo to letting someone know you’re...

4 Tips for Talking With Your Kids About Sex

4 Tips for Talking With Your Kids About Sex

Having “the talk” with your kids is something that many parents dread as much as kids do—but a lot of times, this is because the parents don’t have any solid guidance on how to make the conversation positive rather than awkward. Talking to your kids about sex early...

Becoming a Sexual Chemist

Becoming a Sexual Chemist

Most everyone grows up not having a perfect childhood.  Even well-meaning parents, at some point, wound their children or give them a poor example of what a loving relationship looks like. Children who grew up in cold, unsympathetic households may experience hurt or...

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