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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) aren’t like Mary Poppins — they can’t appear out of thin air. But there are a couple ways you can “give” yourself an STI:
You already have an STI in one part of your body and transfer it from one place to another.
You use something (e.g., needles, vibrators) that’s carrying infectious pathogens.
Sure, sometimes loss of sensation is a sign of an underlying condition. But other times, it’s just your body doing what it does best: change!
Here’s what you need to know.
Welcome! If you’re here, you’re considering getting a copper IUD — or your boo, BFF, or kiddo is — and you’ve got Qs.
Luckily for you, Info Seeker, we’ve got answers.
From “what’s the difference between ogling a model and a porn star” to “are free porn sites bad,” if you’ve got Q’s about adult content, this guide is for you.
If phone sex wasn’t so good, Say Anything and Soulja Boy wouldn’t be singing about it. And if video sex wasn’t so hot, it wouldn’t have weaseled its way into “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Euphoria” plotlines alike.
But despite common misconception, virtual sex doesn’t start and stop with the phone and video banging.
Below, learn about all the smutty, slutty, and yes, even orgasmic types of virtual sex.
Ethical. Feminist. Independent. Amateur. Pro-amateur. Buzzwords abound in the adult entertainment industry.
Unfortunately, many of these terms have been co-opted by production companies for marketing purposes, and therefore now mean farrr less than you’d hope.
Read on to learn what feminist and ethical adult content claim to be.
IUD removal is usually easy-freaking-peasy. Typically, a healthcare provider just pulls on the string that hangs from the device, the “T” arms fold in, and the little bugger comes out.
Given that, you may be wondering if it’s OK to remove the device on your own at home.
The short answer: It’s best to have your IUD removed by a healthcare provider
Ah, winter. It’s not just the time when lights and pines go up and leaves fall down. The frigid season is also when couples cuff up. Behold: cuffing season. The time when the shack-up drive is so potent not even a pandemic can stop it…
On the contrary, pleasure seekers are leaning into cuffing season with even more fervor than ever before because it’s actually one of the safest ways to date right now. Really!
What is a forced orgasm, exactly? There are two very different definitions.
Most often, “forced orgasm” refers to orgasms that are given (with consent) to a willing participant, usually as part of a BDSM scene.
If you’ve ever had a partner palm your bum during sex or teasingly whip your hip with the towel after a steamy shower, you’ve engaged in impact play.
The same goes if you’ve ever had a partner go Consensual Christian Grey on you — or you’ve done the same to them. Intrigued? Maybe little turned on? Read on for an impact play 101 lesson.
Movies make it seem like orgasming is as universal an experience as, say, post-bean farts.
But some vulva owners can’t get off.
It’s called anorgasmia, and it’s more common than Rom Coms or erotica might have you believe.
Attention cunnilingus givers and receivers: We’ve got an oral sex technique to add to your rotation.
Behold: the Kivin method.
If you’re reading this, odds are you’re stressed. (Sorry, bb!)
Well, we’ve got some good news for you: It’s possible to tease, tongue, touch, taste, tantalize, and thrust your way to lower stress levels. *Claps*