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.
Valentine’s day is on the way this month. So, as a gift to your partner – and yourself – try one of these challenges every day for 14 days.
Everyone likes to have some staying power. Here's how to improve yours.
Instead of centering my orgasm, why don't we put it to the side? Sex is about the both of us.
Best case: You take a gamble and get a good toy for a decent price. Worst case? You get something that's poorly made, poorly designed and...
This month's featured blogger serves up fun, yet critically informative, content about living with HIV - but not being defined by it.
Sex is rarely the graceful, choreographed exercise we see in the movies. We're clumsy, we fumble and, sometimes, things go terribly wrong....
It's more than the little black book. Keeping stats about your sex life can empower you to make the best decisions for yourself.
New sex research discovers interesting things every year. Let's have a look at some of the most intriguing finds of 2017.
There are endless options for exciting and inventive sex in a wheelchair. It takes exploration and communication, but what good sex doesn’t?
High-tech sex toys, apps and virtual reality can mean new avenues of sexual exploration, whether alone or with a partner.
Want to start the new year off with a bang? Here are 17 expert tips to inspire your sex life.
With realistic, interactive virtual reality sex and porn on the horizon, it's hard to imagine the low-tech chat rooms where cyber sex began.
We live in a world that shames people for having sexual desires. Here some tips on how to confront that shame and free yourself from it.
A swanky event devoted to anal sex education shows just how much perceptions are shifting.
According to a recent study of almost 4,000 men, almost 90% of men are happy with the size of their penis.
Vulvodynia may just be the most common sexual ailment you've never heard of. The good news is, it's treatable.
Sexual orientation is not as fixed as we used to think. Research in the last decade shows that attractions and orientations can change...
The narrative around sex and self-pleasure for young women is totally messed up. Here's how I'd rewrite it.
Many people have period sex because sex is awesome and periods are normal.