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.
There's nothing wrong with a good cumshot, but their ubiquity in porn is problematic. Here's why.
When it comes to bisexuality though, there are a lot of myths and stereotypes that need busting.
People are often embarrassed about any problems they experience 'down there.' Here are some things your healthcare provider wishes you knew.
Considering people have probably been fiddling with their junk since they had hands that could reach it, it's pretty amazing that there are...
Awareness, openness and discussion around sexuality and sexual health are growing. We think that's something worth celebrating.
Self-love on TV? Oh yes! Here are 8 scenes you probably missed!
Orgasms don't judge and neither do I, Rose says of the importance of self-pleasure. Read more of her interview here.
May's Sex Blogger of the Month is Jenelle Marie Pierce, founder of TheSTDProject.com and Spokesperson for PositiveSingles.com.
PrEP has revolutionized the way health providers talk about preventative HIV care ... except when it comes to queer populations.
There's nothing wrong with pursuing pleasure. But focusing on it also misses something: appreciation for where you are and what you have...
Here's how you can stay emotionally balanced while practicing kink.
Need a little fodder for the spank bank? We got a few people to open up about the steamy fantasies they use to get themselves worked up.
Getting tested for STIs regularly is important for anyone who's sexually active. At-home tests can make getting it done easier.
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...
You (and your penis) are probably pretty cool to someone. It's all in how you use it.
Squirting and not squirting are both normal. So let's all just chill out about it, OK?
You know consent's important ... but how to approach it? Here's a step-by-step guide.
Recent news has made it easy to get mired in pessimism. But there are lots of good reasons to believe that the future of sex is bright.
Surveys indicate that most people cannot even identify major parts of female reproductive anatomy, which can lead to sexual health problems...