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Gigi Engle

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Gigi Engle, ACS, CSE, CSC, is an award-winning feminist author, certified sex coach, sexologist and sex educator. As a sex educator, she promotes and teaches about pleasure-based sex education, masturbation and safer sex practices. Gigi’s work regularly appears in many publications including Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Elle Magazine, Teen Vogue, Glamour and Women's Health. Her articles have been shared over 50 million times, with her top posts reaching over 150 million shares. In 2019, Gigi was named Journalist of The Year at the Sexual Freedom Awards. Her book, "All The F*cking MIstakes, A Guide to Sex Love and Life" (McMillian) is available wherever books are sold.

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ARTICLES BY GIGI ENGLE

Feeling bad about something that makes you feel good is lousy. Here's why watching porn shouldn't make you feel ashamed!

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Trying new sex positions is a cheap and easy way to add some adventure to your sexy times. Here's how to do it!

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Understanding your sexual accelerators, discovering them, and exploring them can help you have better, more satisfying sex.

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Let’s take a minute to praise the clitoral hood. Here is why it really is the unsung hero of vulva-owners' pleasure.

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Erotic Self-Focus (ESF) is the act of focusing on oneself during sex, devoting your attention to your participation in the sexual play, and getting turned on by it. And there is nothing wrong with this at all!

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Sometimes getting turned on means getting yourself in the mood. Here are 8 awesome ways to show yourself a little love and get yourself in the mood.

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You definitely can have an orgasm through your mind alone, and erotic hypnosis can get you there. Here's what you need to know about the practice.

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Letting go during sex might be the key to more - and different kinds of - orgasms.

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Our brains are our biggest sex organ. In order to have the best orgasms, you need to ensure your brain and body are working in tandem.

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Discover how cannabis and weed products are changing the way we experience our sexual pleasures.

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Anger and passion can be closely linked. Here's why an argument can turn into passionate makeup sex.

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If intense sensation is your jam, being 'tortured' to orgasm might be the best sexual experience you'll ever have.

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Tantric yoga won't fix everything, but a boost in feel-good chemicals and sexual life force sure doesn't hurt.

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Are multiple orgasms an unachievable standard, or is it something you can learn to do? Our writer tries to find out.

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Dating can be hard. But while dating as a kinky person presents some unique challenges, many of them are just a different twist on the usual.

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What is it about blood that gives most people such a strong reaction? The writer looks at blood sex, why people are into it and how play out the fantasy.

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A swanky event devoted to anal sex education shows just how much perceptions are shifting.

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Many people have period sex because sex is awesome and periods are normal.

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Doing an enema can sound scary AF. But if you do things right, you'll be just fine.

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QUESTIONS BY GIGI ENGLE

Kinkly asks the expert about chronic masturbation.

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Kinkly asks the expert what you should know about increased testosterone levels and masturbation.

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The pudendal nerve is attached to the perineum, which is the area of skin between the anus and the vagina. It connects the genitals to the...

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