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.

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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...

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Your erotic blueprint can help you find your sexual personality and take your sex life from ordinary to epic. Here’s a breakdown, and how to find yours:

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The health benefits of sex are many! Here are seven of our favorites.

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The cervix is best known for its role in childbirth or for becoming cancerous. It's orgasmic potential is often overlooked. Here are seven sexy facts to help us learn more about the cervix and unlock the potential for blended cervical orgasms.

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I’ve heard from several women in their late 50s and early 60s with questions about vibrators. Here's everything they need to know.

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Lasting longer in bed doesn't always mean better. But if longer is what you're after, here's how!

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Experts recommend reserving your bedroom for the two S's: Sleep and sex. Here's how to decorate your bedroom to enjoy the best of both:

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Good sex is about how you feel—not how you look. Check out how diet culture deprives us of great sex, according to sexual health specialist Christine DeLozier:

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Getting regularly tested for STIs is important for anyone who's sexually active. And these at-home tests can make getting it done easier:

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Your first herpes outbreak can be painful—physically and emotionally. But you're not alone. Check out sexuality educator Remi Newman's first-hand account:

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Mismatched sex drives are very common and usually nothing to worry about. Here's how to deal:

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