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Here’s a look at new positions that can breathe new life into your relationship, from missionary and doggy style to spooning and the Lotus.
Consider these staycation classics for how to get away without really getting away.
~ Laura Delarato
Plenty of household items can be used to turn date-night into something much kinkier.
Unabashed nudity exudes a mental and physical fortitude unlike no other.
STIs are still a taboo subject we never really hear about. But why?
~ Sara Radin
Is there such a thing as vibrator addiction?
~ Gigi Engle
How anti-anxiety and antidepressants can affect your sex life.
Did you know that vibrators can be a great tool to get you in the mood?
Sexual etiquette is a delicate but necessary line to walk as we learn, grow, play with our partners.
Here’s a secret: The right ways to care for yourself are often the laziest.
~ Alex Fine
What if you’re happily vanilla?
~ Colleen Godin
Anxiety can take someone out of the moment, creating a roadblock to sexual pleasure.
Female ejaculation is much debated, with often unclear origins and actionable steps.
Being single is a learning experience—one that happens to be good for your mental health.
~ Ashley Laderer
Fantasy and role play are a unique and marvelous part of being in this world.
We need a better approach to STIs than crossing our fingers and hoping we don’t get one.
~ Louise Head
Dame hosts a panel about having sex and maturing.
~ Arielle Egozi
Once you’re all tied up, what’s next?
~ Sophie Saint Thomas
Dirty talk requires vocalizing desire in a way most of us are not used to.
~ Marie Solis
Is the stress of society is affecting our sex life?
~ Claire Lampen
Dyspareunia: Painful sex. The worst imaginable third wheel.
~ Lacey Welch PT, DPT
Many people who like getting stoned have figured out that it makes sex even better.
Physical arousal is not the same thing as subjective arousal.
Readiness for sex post-partum is a physical issue—and an emotional one.
~ Helaina Hovitz