Body image impacts our sex lives more than we like to think. Whether you're worried about your weight, are embarrassed about a certain part of your body or carry shame about your body or sexuality, you've come to the right place. A good body image is the bedrock upon which a hot sex life is based. Here we'll talk about bodies in all their varied and beautiful glory - and provide some tips to help you learn to love (and make love with) the one you've got.
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