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Adult Sex Ed Month

Adult sex ed is what we're all about. There's just so much more room in world for more open, honest conversations about sexuality and our sex lives. Every June, we celebrate Adult Sex Ed Month with content focused around educating adults about sex and busting shame around talking about it. Check in here for tips, news and personal stories about other peoples' sex education journeys.

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Sex education is important at every step in our lives, not just in our youths. Here's how sex ed helps us discover and grow our sexuality and pleasure.

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Think sex ed ends when you're a young adult? Think again. There's a whole wide world of exploration out there.

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People are often embarrassed about any problems they experience 'down there.' Here are some things your healthcare provider wishes you knew.

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We've gathered seven other not-so-deadly myths about STIs: explained, decrypted and vetted for your educational benefit.

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Faking your orgasms? You're not alone. Here's why you should stop faking it.

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We want to know what sex hacks you use to keep your sex life consistent, inspired, safe, orgasmic. We'll publish the best and send the first 30 entrants a free copy of our book.

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Instead of giggling about butt plugs and shying away from conversations about sexual pleasure, try dropping one of these tidbits to launch an open, honest conversation about sexual health.

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The key to understanding asexuality, like with any orientation, is education. Knowledge is sexy. Knowledge is power!

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Sexual surrogacy involves taking your heart on an adventure. You don’t know where you will journey or where you will end up. But if you are open to it you will reap the beauty of the shared experience.

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We asked you about your sex education. Here's what we learned.

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Kinky people should be sex geeks...come to think of it, so should you! Here's why.

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The word “vagina,” and the euphemisms we substitute for it, may have a more significant impact on us and our culture than we realize.

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