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by Paul Schrodt
Birds do it, bees do it. So why shouldn't people with disabilities do it?
by María Cristina Lalonde
Against many obstacles, people involved in sex work are fighting to manage their own safety.
by Jake Hall
Renowned for debauchery and penis obsession, their escapades were more complex than that.
What web-based sex work reveals about labor and disability.
by Aria Vega
Why does Hollywood seem to have become so hostile toward sex?
The ecstasy of ejaculating inside a partner can temporarily override the fear of pregnancy.
by Madeleine Williams, MPH
Take some expert advice for divorced parents on how to talk to your children.
by David Hopper
Daily activities and model behaviors can help children establish boundaries.
by Fjolla Arifi
Forced sex occurs everywhere and doesn't discriminate across nations, societies or genders.
by Akhila Menon
by Ashley Mateo
The intricacies of your anatomy should be cause for celebration, not confusion.
by Britany Robinson
Kids with disabilities receive little to no information on sexual health.
by Tim Lalonde
Being on the spectrum can be tough, especially navigating the complexities of a relationship.
by Ally Sweeten
Identity and Sexuality
Exercise, Diet and Nutrition
Endometriosis Isn't a 'Woman's Disease'
When medicine excludes the LGBTQIA+ community, trans people get hurt.
By Bax J. Ferguson
Understanding Your Vagina
WTF is Blue Vulva?
And why do we only ever talk about blue balls?
By Rebekah Harding
Science Explains Why You Bite Your Partner in Bed
Biting during heightened periods of arousal isn’t only normal: it’s an innate, natural reaction.
By Nicole Teitler
Understanding Your Prostate
WTF is Prostate Milking (and Does It Hurt)?
It can be good for your health and mind blowingly pleasurable—sometimes both.
By Rachel Mantock
Understanding Medical Bias Toward Female Sexual Disorders
Slow strides are being made toward a more open understanding of women's sexual dysfunction.
By Jason Crosby