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.

Can sex toys solve all the world's problems? Maybe not, but they can't hurt either! Find out what they have to offer.

Studies show that women who masturbate regularly report greater sexual satisfaction and a more positive view of sex. But self-sustainable sex has another benefit: It feels good.

A new injection for men could take some of the pressure off women to consider contraception.

Want a simple method to increase the strength of your orgasms? Try Kegel exercises.

With great pleasure sometimes comes a little pain. It's important to discuss the potential of both, especially when venturing into the world of anal play.

The many chemicals flooding our system influence who we choose and how we feel, which means we don't have much control over who we're attracted to. Learn about the hormones that govern our chemical romances.

The interesting, bizarre and factual stories in sex around the Web this week.

Check out this week's line-up of wacky and wonderful sex stories from around the Web.

World Sexual Health Month reminds us that sexuality, health and well-being are important at any age and every stage of life.

Fall is here but things are heating up in sex stories online. Check out the top posts from the past week.

Being a slut is not a bad thing. Is it time to wear it as a badge of honor?

Light up the fireworks! New SexFit sex tracker boasts LED light show, vibrations, and even updates your social media account.

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.