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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Arguments have a place in every relationship. Here’s how to make them healthy.
~ Kamil Lewis
Yes means yes, and no means no—but what about experiences that lie somewhere in between?
~ Cassandra Corrado
It’s possible to transform receiving a “no” from an unsettling experience to a joyful one.
~ Reina Gattuso
Knowing your expectations early on is a great way to make sure your sexual needs are met.
Leaving a harmful relationship can be painful, terrifying, and exhilarating all at once.
Like all of the sexual orientations under the sun, heteroflexibility should be celebrated.
~ Leo Aquino
We’re putting together a comprehensive, crowdsourced glossary of intimacy and sexual wellness terms.
Do age differences always create power imbalances in relationships? Yes…but it’s complicated.
A therapist explains how to survive family functions together, while still having time for sex and closeness.
~ Rachel Malkin
A therapist explains how reparenting your inner child can help your romantic life.
~ Jor-El Caraballo
Polyamory isn’t for everyone. Here’s how to tell if it fits with your emotional needs.
The Dame community gives us their best tips for moving in together.
What is the secret sauce to keeping sex interesting?
~ Gigi Engle
How do polyamorous people learn to go beyond jealousy and take pleasure in their partner’s happiness (and vice versa)?
Stereotypes about bisexual identity have real-life consequences.
~ Gabrielle Noel
Whether you want to be casual, get serious, or experiment with kink, the app-sibilities are endless.
~ Ada Ciuca
Vaginal dryness doesn’t have to mark the end of your sex life.
~ Jo Murphy
How to navigate dating all over again, after a break or a breakup.
We asked our Instagram community about how sex and motherhood intertwine
Maintain communication, keep up the touching and stroking, and take your time.
We interview Shadeen Francis, a licensed marriage and family therapist, professor, and author.
Pheromones are invisible chemicals that can affect who we’re attracted to. Here’s why.
~ Gabrielle Kassel
LDRs are hard, but doable.
We asked our community how their sex lives were affected by their abortions.