Facebook Twitter

Sexual Health

Sexual health is one of the keys to a healthy, happy sex life. Whether it means preventing STIs, taking care of your body or treating physical problems that detract from your sex life, we're here to provide insight and advice. Check in here for articles about how to keep your body - and your sex life - healthy.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest Sexual Health Guides

Kinkly's 30 Days of Play

Want better sex? Look no further! Kinkly's 30 Days of Play will show you everything you need to revamp your sex life—from sex positions to sex toy tutorials:

DOWNLOAD Download Icon
Kegel Exercises 101

Your pelvic floor is a powerhouse and it needs exercise. From bladder control to body awareness and orgasms that will make you sing, Kegel exercises will help you in...

DOWNLOAD Download Icon
Advertisement
Advertisement

More Sexual Health Content

Want to supercharge your sexual satisfaction at any stage of life? We spoke to women in their 30s, 40s and 50s about what they wished they'd known earlier.

Read More More Icon

The Sweet Spot burlesque show aims to educate and empower through their sexy shows.

Read More More Icon

Unlike many other things you might buy, orgasms never get old or go out of style. Take great care of your quality sex toys and you'll be able so use them for many years to come.

Read More More Icon

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

Read More More Icon

Masturbation can sometimes cause or coincide with pain that causes people to worry about their kidneys. We dive in to the effects of masturbation on this area.

Read More More Icon

Having a trans-friendly experience at the gynecologist isn't a given - these tips can help.

Read More More Icon

Your sex life will change after starting testosterone therapy. Here are a few things that might happen.

Read More More Icon

Vaginal, vulvar or menstrual pain can all be signs of pelvic floor problems. Learn more about the pelvic floor here.

Read More More Icon

Is bleeding during or after sex normal, or is it a sign of something more serious? Dr. Fran Yarlett weighs in:

Read More More Icon

Due to the cultural taboo around sex, there are countless STI myths circulating the public consciousness. Here we set straight eight common misconceptions:

Read More More Icon
More MORE SEXUAL HEALTH ARTICLES More Icon
Advertisement