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Here’s how to build relationships in which we are accountable for our privileges and supported in our vulnerabilities.
~ Reina Gattuso
For marginalized people and especially Black people, wellness challenges a culture that normalizes our shame and suffering.
~ Tara Aura
Welcome to June, lovers! This month, responsible is the new sexy.
~ Stefanie Caponi
Masturbation has historically been considered blasphemous, unhealthy, and indulgent.
~ Suzannah Weiss
Here’s a conversation guide to help you learn more about your origins.
~ Natalia Hailes and Ash Spivak
Welcome to Taurus season, lovers!
We asked experts about what steps you can take to hold sexual harassers accountable.
~ Gigi Engle
Communicating what we don’t want is easier said than done.
The body neutrality movement focuses on what the body does instead of how it looks.
~ Laura Delarato
Welcome to Aries season, lovers!
In honor of Bisexual Health Awareness Month, some ways we can improve healthcare for bi+ people.
~ Tris Mamone
Dame honors 10 female sexual revolutionaries for Women’s History Month.
March begins in the mystical waters of Pisces.
Do you think you might be trans or non-binary? Here are ways to make your gender-discovery path less painful.
Here are five ways to cultivate some genuine self-love this year.
Most women groom their pubic hair nowadays, but that wasn’t always the case.
We asked you about the wildest things you heard back in sex ed. The answers disturbed us.
Are your palms getting sweaty thinking about having a sex talk with your kids? You’re not alone.
~ Jaclyn Friedman
A transgender man reminisces on the surprising beauty of his first time.
The concept of “virginity loss” may be a myth, but having sex for the the first time can still feel meaningful.
~ Anastasia Charisiou
A new book about masculinity, #MeToo, self-care, and more.
How the spookiest holiday awakens potential for dark, fantastical fun.
Stereotypes about bisexual identity have real-life consequences.
~ Gabrielle Noel
Can you save a partnership when one person comes out as a different gender or sexual orientation?