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BDSM Role Play: How Does It Work?

BDSM sexual role play may involve acting out a particular scene or fantasy. The scenarios may be simple and impromptu or sophisticated and require costumes, props, or a script.

Get Ready for Sex Again

If you haven’t had sex in a while and want to start having sex again, consider these pre-dating tips. Increase masturbation practices, get a new vibrator, get vaccinated, exercise, and more.

Have the Most Satisfying Sex Possible

The ability to achieve a healthy, strong, satisfying orgasm is a gift. Learn to enhance sexual pleasure and address problems that get in the way of having great sex and healthy sex.

Healthy Sex: The Ultimate Guide

Healthy sex is about more than safe sex or being able to get hard. Good sexual health is about how you see yourself as a sexual being, your ability to embrace and enjoy your sexuality, and your sense of owning your sexual actions and choices.

Sex Drive: What Your Libido Says About Your Health

Is your sex drive healthy? Also known as libido, sex drive is a nonclinical term that means enthusiasm or interest in sexual activity, either with a partner or by yourself. Libido, or lack of it, can indicate the state of your mental and physical health.

Pubic Lice: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Pubic lice, also called crabs and crab lice, are most often spread through sexual contact and found in the pubic or genital area, but they can also inhabit other coarse body hair, including mustaches, beards, and eyebrows. They feed off human blood.

Best Sex Toys of 2022

Hunting for the best sex toy? Read our review of the top 15 on the market, including costs, features, and more.

The Four Best At-Home STD Tests of 2022

Need an STD test fast? Read our picks of the four best at-home STD test kits, the tests they offer, how much they cost, and more.

What Women Need to Know About Anal Sex

Because this part of the body doesn’t produce enough lubrication on its own, anal sex requires some extra precautions to enjoy safely.

Stopping Menstrual Periods Is Safe, Experts Say

Menstrual suppression makes sense for many, per new American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists guidelines. Periods are impractical for some, including people on military deployment, people with heavy bleeding, or gender dysphoria.
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