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Caitlin Murphy

Caitlin began their sex education experience when they received an email in reply to the resume they posted on Craigslist asking if they'd be interested in an interview at an adult store. Though they had never been in an Adult Store at this point in their life, they needed a job and figured "Why not?"

This was ostensibly the moment in which their life changed.

Now more than a year on, Caitlin is not only working at an adult store, but also writes about and reviews sex toys and other adult products on their own website, sex-ational.com, where they also talk about personal experiences and anxiety revolving around sexuality and educate about safety and sexual anatomy.

Words that apply to Caitlin include but are not limited to: queer, gender-nonconforming, consensually non-monogamous, radical, feminist (notice the comma)... the list goes on. When they aren't writing, Caitlin can be found drawing, taking pictures of their partner's cat, or outside somewhere.

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ARTICLES BY CAITLIN MURPHY

Have you found your G-spot? Consider this: Just because it isn't a pleasure zone for you doesn't mean it doesn't exist.

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Every G-spot is unique, but there are a few basic steps that can help coax it out to play. Learn them here.

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Condoms aren't just for sex, they're also for sex toys. Find out why here.

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One writer's journey - from adult store worker, to avid reader and researcher, to sex educator - shows that when it comes to sex ed, it's better late than never.

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Being sex-positive involves getting beyond conventional sex-ed - and on to the good stuff! Here are some ways to expand your sexual self and enrich your experience

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Pain is what we make of it. How you incorporate pain into your sex life is totally up to you and your consenting partner. Don't be afraid to experiment!

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Scientific advances in penis transplants have brought to light just how personal we find this body part to be.

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It's always best to be prepared - even for kink! Check out these tips for being ready for safe, kinky fun anywhere, anytime.

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Have you ever wondered why it's important to learn about sex? Turns out, we learn about sex for the same reason that we learn about food!

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Have you looked at your vulva recently? You should, and here's why:

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Exploring your sexual interests doesn't have to be hard or awkward. We'll show you how to make it easy - and fun!

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It's getting hot out! If you hate the heat, check out these tips on how to have sex without getting hotter (no pun intended)!

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Many companies try to hawk their sex toys as 'the one' that will make everyone have explosive orgasms. This isn't possible, and Kinkly tells you why.

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Feel awkward when you go to an adult store? You're not alone. We provide tips on how to make the experience a positive one for everyone involved.

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Long nails can get in the way, but they can also be a great tool for your sexual endeavors. Here's how to keep from causing injuries with your long nails and use them pleasurably.

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Need a little help navigating the sex shop experience? Get some tips on what to do when you walk through those doors.

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Planning a trip to the adult store? A professional point of view on getting what you want out of the experience.

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Vaginas do not get "loose" or "saggy" as the person in possession of said vagina ages or if they engage in "too much" penetrative intercourse. It's a myth. Here's we'll take a look at how vaginas really work - and why they don't need a shrink cream at al

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Your nighttime debauchery can be as guilt free as you want it to be. These vegan, chemical and cruelty-free products might just fit the bill.

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