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Anatomy

Knowing and understanding your - and your partner's - anatomy is one of the first steps to better sexual health. Anatomy helps us to appreciate how our bodies work and teaches us where and how we are most likely to find pleasure. Sexual anatomy is also a key component in maintaining sexual health. Here you'll find articles about the G-spot, the P-spot, the A-spot and all the other sexual hot-spots you might be looking for.

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The Ultimate Guide to the G-Spot

This super-hot guide breaks down everything you need to know about the G-spot, from finding it, to stimulating it, to enjoying it!

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How to Show a Vulva Some Love

This guide will teach you all the anatomy and techniques you need to know in order to show a vulva some love and provide your partner with an incredible, sensual vulva...

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You'll be surprised by how much this organ packs under the hood. Check out the most surprising facts about the clitoris.

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Here's something that most sex sites won't tell you: Despite your best efforts, you may never squirt. Here's why.

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Thinking about buying some Kegel balls? Not sure where to start? These six steps will have you exercising your pelvic floor - and experiencing greater pleasure - in no time.

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There isn’t an X marks the spot that will lead you to your most pleasurable spots. Everyone is different, but there are some general starting points to help you find your G-spot, your P-spot, and some extra delicious erogenous zones.

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You (and your penis) are probably pretty cool to someone. It's all in how you use it.

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Whether this is something you think you might be into - or you're just curious about how the heck it works - here are some key things to know about this unique way to finger a trans woman.

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Surveys indicate that most people cannot even identify major parts of female reproductive anatomy, which can lead to sexual health problems and even abuse

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Whether they're big and bouncy or cute and pert, breasts - and their nipples - have a lot in common. But they're also all a little bit different, and a little unique. These curious nipple facts will thrill you.

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According to a recent study of almost 4,000 men, almost 90% of men are happy with the size of their penis.

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Not everyone experiences orgasms in the same way. Some, but only some, of that comes down to anatomy and gender.

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