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Sex 101 | Safety in Bed

Making a splash outdoors sounds adventurous and sexy...but can it lead to diseases and STIs?

Latex, lambskin or luminescent: What you wrap up with makes a difference.

It's rare but not impossible to have an adverse reaction to your partner's ejaculate.

If it's not a "Hell, yes," it's a no.

It's never fun when penetration doesn't go your way.

Even if you wrap it before you tap it, things can always go wrong.

So, like, what happens when you get stuck inside a vagina?

After a pandemic-induced dry spell, Americans are ready to glove up.

Our do’s and don’ts will make your first anal experience memorable, for all the right reasons.

Don't panic, here's what to do when bodily fluids end up in the most inconvenient spot.

Even a quick, impromptu cleanse needs to be done the right way.

Yes, salad-tossing can be a source of good, clean fun.

Here's what you're really licking.

Safer sex isn’t just about preventing unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.

Need help choosing the right lube? We’re here to help.

Hold off on spooning until after you take a bathroom break.

Follow one simple rule: If a toy goes into your body, make sure it comes out.

Sex toys are fun, but it’s essential to clean them well so you can avoid spreading infections.