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We spoke with Malabou about her book, the significance of the clitoris in the world today, and how we can reclaim a body part that has so often been pathologized or pushed to the side.
~ Suzannah Weiss
With a perineal tear, penetration can feel less sexy and more painful. What’s going on down there? And will it ever feel better?
~ Molly Weinbender
Spoiler alert: the scientific community still isn’t totally sure what the G-spot is…or if it even exists at all.
~ Cassandra Corrado
Equipping yourself with the knowledge of what’s going on in the body can empower you to navigate sex and menopause in a way that feels right for you.
Birthing people are told to avoid sex for six weeks after delivery. We delve into why.
If you’re frequently tensing up at the thought of penetrative sex, you may have vaginismus.
~ Kate Ingham-Smith
Doctors don’t always cover the incredible, sometimes challenging changes that can happen with sex after birth.
Some of our favorite cringe-worthy excerpts from sex advice columns spanning from the 19th century to today.
Here’s how to navigate the hormonal changes that may affect breastfeeding and libido.
What might lead you to look for a sex therapist, and what can you hope to get from the work?
~ Kamil Lewis
Casual sex can be fraught for many of us. Here’s how self-reflection can help.
~ Reina Gattuso
Sexting is almost like a cell phone right of passage. Here are our tips and tricks.
~ Laura Delarato
As with all new skills, dirty talk requires some practice.
Let’s build a vocabulary that you can use to explore sex and pelvic dysfunction.
National Condom Week brings awareness to the importance of using condoms and having safe sex.
It’s always been you, valentine! Read your full sexoscopes here.
~ Stefanie Caponi
How screen time impacts sex and what you can do about it.
~ Xenia Ellenbogen
How do you figure out what do you like in bed? Missionary? Doggy style? Cowgirl?
How might attachment styles show up in the bedroom?
Nothing says Happy New Year like a squirting how-to!
Anecdotal evidence and new research suggests that BDSM can facilitate mindfulness.
Vibrations feel good for penis-owners, too.
~ Dainis Graveris
A step-by-step guide to nipple and vulva piercings.
~ Leo Aquino
Masturbating in water can open you up to whole new ways of feeling pleasure.