Sexual Health


Sexual health is a big deal and keeping it in check is the key to getting it on. Get to know your body, sexuality and sexual identity here.

We searched the Web for you to find the best in sex this week! Here are some of our favorites.

All abuse is despicable, but emotional abuse can be the hardest to identify or detect. Here are some key characteristics of an abusive relationship.

Orgasms don't just feel good - they're also good for you! Check out some of the key health benefits of getting it on.

New scientific advancements in condom design could make a huge impact on spread of STDs in Australia.

It's still possible to find joy in your body after experiencing trauma. Here are some things that might help.

We already know that sex is healthy, but there’s a whole world of additional health benefits … if you’re willing to get a little kinky. Here’s the dirty on the little-known healthy side effects of wilder sex.

Sometimes you have to confront yourself to love yourself. Betty Dodson's Bodysex workshop helps women improve their sex lives by overcoming two main barriers...

Anal sex can be healthy - and orgasmic - but only if you do it right.

If exploring sex and sexuality is a passion of yours, this week’s round up of Sex Stories We Love is for you. Check it out!

There are reasons to avoid breast augmentation surgery and to let my body continue to age naturally. But there are still powerful moments when I entertain the thought of getting it done anyway.

In a 1985 issue of Playboy, Madonna sported a full bush. Now, pubic hair is considered so gross that we spend billions of dollars each year to remove it. So should it stay or should it go?

These days our world is driven by desire, but sometimes it seems we are sacrificing intimacy for lust. One woman asks herself whether her love of sex is preventing her from connecting with her partners.

What is the state of sexual education today? Are teens getting current information or is the class script a blast from the past? From riding the crimson wave to the importance of consent, here are topics sex ed rarely addresses... but should!

One writer attempts to reap the benefits of cuddle therapy while exploring the possibilities of non-sexual connection. Read on to find out whether she was able to resist the urge to do more than just snuggle...

ED drugs may promise a quick fix, but communication is the most important tool. Here, we explain several non-medicinal alternatives to combat erectile dysfunction.

A woman spends an estimated 3,500 days of her life menstruating. Do you really want to put your sex life on hold for all that time?

Are you one of many women who can no longer imagine enjoying sex? Don't lose hope! Restore your libido and get your sex life back on track with these helpful tools and tips.

One million people in the United States are living with genital herpes, and one in every six people between the ages of 19 and 49 have the infection. But while the disease may be incurable, it isn't the end of a normal life.

If you think the penis isn't mysterious, there's a lot you don't know. Check out these interesting factoids about man's best friend.

One reason masturbation is still so stigmatized is that not enough people talk about it. Here's why it should be at the top of the list for sex educators.