Pleasure is part of health. This is a blog and educational resource exploring sexual wellness, intimacy, relationships, sexual health, and mindfulness.
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Masturbating in water can open you up to whole new ways of feeling pleasure.
~ Suzannah Weiss
Swell asked sexuality professionals to share how exactly they bring themselves to orgasm.
Getting to know your vulva is one of the best things you can do for your sexual health and pleasure.
Squirting isn’t that different from peeing, so how do you know the difference?
Here are some tips from experts and people in long-distance relationships themselves.
When a relationship becomes one-sided, it’s time to put up boundaries.
Period pain is often depicted as inevitable and natural, but these women’s solutions challenge that assumption.
Many report a link between sex and their period starting, but doctors say it’s unlikely.
Masturbation has historically been considered blasphemous, unhealthy, and indulgent.
Here are a few ways to explore the sensation in your breasts.
When I gave up orgasms, I found a wealth of other sensations that I hadn’t yet explored.
Most women groom their pubic hair nowadays, but that wasn’t always the case.
Here are a few websites and apps that’ll let sound immerse you in a symphony of sexual pleasure.
The history of lube goes back thousands of years.
People love to project their hopes and fears onto vibrators and other sex toys, from symbols of women’s liberation to signs of societal disintegration