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Hand sex isn’t just the junior varsity of sexual play—it’s its own sport.
~ Gigi Engle
Here’s everything you need to know about having sex on your period.
Self-massage offers us an opportunity to give ourselves the supportive and healing touch we need.
~ Sarah Seely
The pandemic has awakened “skin hunger”—a longing for touch—that many of us haven’t quite felt before.
~ Reina Gattuso
Experts explain why some of us get so turned on by masks and anonymous sex.
Most of those reasons can be boiled down to one simple explanation of the joys of masturbating: it feels good.
~ Alex Fine
Here are some therapist tips for drawing out your pleasure.
Comfort sex can come from a desire to feel safe and forget about the outside world.
There’s a lot more to pelvic floor health than kegels.
~ Helen Phelan
Masturbation certainly follows all the tenets of the modern wellness movement.
~ Laura Delarato
A psychologist explains why it’s crucial to relate to our partners as sexual beings—even when we’re not having sex.
What’s a single person to do when cuffing season beckons?
Our bodies need sleep to get in the mood.
~ R.T. Collins
Our society often reduces pregnant people to nonsexual vessels—but that ignores a much more pleasurable reality.
~ A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez
Sex doesn’t have to be rough, dramatic, or creative to be pleasurable.
~ Anastasia Charisiou
There are some longstanding myths about sex that end up hurting our relationships. It is time for us to crush them.
~ Cheryl Fraser
A next-level guide to the simple yet essential skill of kissing.
As days shorten and nights get longer, sufferers of seasonal depression feel it in our sex lives.
~ C. Murphy
There’s actually a biological connection between fear and arousal.
~ Alex Kahn
Types of sex can range from oral and anal sex, to slow sex and fetish sex.
People who don’t experience sexual attraction often masturbate and have sex with others.
~ Cassandra Corrado
Here’s how to start exploring what your sexual fantasies means, how to communicate them, and how to explore them safely.
Period pain is often depicted as inevitable and natural, but these women’s solutions challenge that assumption.
~ Suzannah Weiss
How can we reset our homes to invite a more satisfying season of sex, self-love, and sensuality?
~ Tara Aura