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Sex After Cancer

Sex After Cancer

Cancer affects an alarming number of people of all genders each year. And receiving a diagnosis can put a major wrench in your sex life, especially when you have recently been diagnosed. But getting diagnosed with cancer doesn’t mean your sex life is over.   ...

Erotic Impact Play Tips

Erotic Impact Play Tips

In theory, erotic impact play sounds hot. It involves a power exchange and someone taking control and the other relinquishing it. What’s not to love? But when it comes down to it, spanking someone (or agreeing to be spanked) can be downright intimidating. Here are...

Top Three Reasons to Try Sex Toys

Top Three Reasons to Try Sex Toys

Sex toys are often seen as a last resort. If you can’t have an orgasm or your partner doesn’t reliably get you off, then you try a sex toy. But this doesn’t have to be the case, and it shouldn’t be the case! The stigma surrounding sex toys is needless and detrimental....

Getting Sex Right the First Time

Getting Sex Right the First Time

Statistics have shown that whether you enjoy hookup sex depends primarily on your gender. Women are drastically less likely to climax during a first-time encounter with a new partner, while men reach orgasm most of the time. This unfortunate “orgasm gap” continues...

Women’s Orgasms: A Primer

Women’s Orgasms: A Primer

Women’s relationship to their orgasms has historically been a little bit thorny. Unfortunately, a lot of women have never experienced orgasm due to several factors: sexual pain, partner’s lack of sexual education, or even hesitation to touch themselves. And when women...

Easy Tips for Spicing Up the Marriage

Easy Tips for Spicing Up the Marriage

It’s not a sign of a bad marriage if your sex life seems to stall after many years together. Rather, it’s the sign of two busy people. But spicing up the marriage doesn’t happen effortlessly—you have to take intentional steps in order to add fire into your bedroom....

Getting Your Sex Life Back After Trauma

Getting Your Sex Life Back After Trauma

Shame isn’t just an emotion. For sexual trauma survivors, shame can show up in your body. Your emotional and physical boundaries are violated during a sexual assault, so it makes sense that you deal with shame in both places afterward. Below are some tips on how to...

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