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Health Conditions and Sex

All of us live in perfectly imperfect bodies. Sometimes, the unique needs of our bodies might interact with our sex lives - for the better or worst. Stick with us as we talk about various health conditions and how they can affect our sex lives.

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Endometriosis can rob you of getting pleasure from sex...even from sex with yourself! Here's how to get back on track with masturbation and endometriosis.

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In regards to abled-disabled coupling and navigating the potential divide, the best general rule of thumb is: Do not question disabled people when they say they’re interested or capable of participating in anything.

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For some, is already an emotional minefield full of performance anxiety, fear, guilt and shame. It can be even more traumatic for those dealing with depression. Here are some tips on how to cope.

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We are often taught or socialized to believe these problems are no big deal. In fact, many can - and often should - be solved.

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Bondage is for everyone. Here's how bondage can be used for bodies of all sizes, genders, and abilities.

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Say goodbye to pain and start embracing pleasure, with these tips on how to make manual stimulation less uncomfortable.

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Sometimes, boosting libido can be about stimulating your sexual imagination.

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While there’s a documented link between good mental health and BDSM, kink can help our mental health too - but it's no substitute for therapy.

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Midlife women have a lot of concerns, and some can be about sex. Here's how you can talk to your healthcare practitioner.

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