Kink is more than whips and chains for some of the people who are into it. It can be a tool for healing.
The release of all that orgasmic energy doesn’t always make us feel amazing in the minutes after sex. In fact, it can make us feel depleted, sad, or lonely.
Honey, when it’s done with enthusiasm, masturbation isn’t a snack—it’s a whole meal.
We still don’t know if the vaccines prevent transmission, so until we do, the masking and social distancing must continue. Sorry!
Anal sex is just as much about what happens before it as what happens during it. To that end, keeping a healthy diet can make the act go much more swimmingly.
“I really believe that we can totally stop all new [HIV] infections in our lifetime,” says Natalie L. Wilson, Ph.D., D.N.P.
We often find the erotic in what we’re not “supposed” to want. Is there a science to the forbidden?
Keep your relationship healthy by evaluating what you’re not talking about and how you can make your sex life even better.
Preparation before bottoming is key, but your booty hole will thank you for taking good care of it afterward, too.
With COVID-19 continuing to spread, sex workers have found their options narrowing.