Did you know that flavored condoms were originally created for a very specific reason? Flavored condoms are actually designed to be used during oral sex.
Love really is a beautiful thing. It knows no color, no age, no religion. You can fall in love with anyone, but to actually decide to love someone is completely something else.
Same-sex relationships, like any other, need work when it comes to dating. Many same-sex relationships, particularly those that are ‘coming out,’ experience challenges such as hiding their relationships from friends and family and worrying about their reactions.
It is totally normal for periods to be accompanied by uncomfortable symptoms such as cramps, mood swings, and breast tenderness. You have nothing to worry about as long as these symptoms are mild.
Whether you’re in a committed, casual, or any type of relationship, consent is key for any sexual activity you engage in. It is very important to understand consent and practice it every time you engage in any sexual activity.
Sex can be fun and pleasurable but having unsafe sex comes with serious risks. It’s important to educate yourself about unsafe sex in order to protect yourself.
Can a relationship survive only by love? Does love conquer all?
Most people, including people with disability, are sexual beings and have sexual thoughts, attitudes, feelings, desires, and fantasies. There are many myths about sex and disability and we want to change that today. We are discussing 10 common misconceptions about disability and sex.
If you and your partner have reached the point where you’ve agreed to have sex, it’s likely that you’ll discuss it and are now comfortable enough to do so. But sometimes, especially if you’re still new to it, it’s not always easy to determine what’s good or bad during sex.
Joseph a 23-year-old student is living with HIV. He recently had unprotected sex with an HIV-positive person. Can he contract another type or strain of HIV?
Personal pronouns are terms that are used instead of people’s names. Each individual may want to be addressed using pronouns that represent their gender identification (e.g., ‘they,’ ‘he,’ ‘she,’ ‘and so on). It’s fine if you’re not sure where to begin when it comes to pronouns.
Linda and Vincent have six children. They do not desire to have more children and are exploring what birth control method is best for them. They come across the option of permanent birth control and are curious to learn more.