Cancer and its treatments can not only have some major impacts on your sexual health, but it can also have a big impact on the way your sexual relationships function. Your providers may have gone over how cancer and its treatment can have an impact on things like sexual desire, arousal, orgasms, fertility, and even […]Continue reading
What is Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)? Intimate partner violence (IPV), is a pattern of manipulative or coercive behavior and control tactics used to emotionally, verbally, physically, sexually and/or economically abuse a current or former intimate partner or blood relation. This abuse is perpetrated in order to establish and maintain control over the victim. The onset […]Continue reading
As a reader, have you ever marked a page in a sexy novel to go back and re-read? You know, the really hot parts? They resonated with you, and you wanted to experience them again. Suppose you were reading short erotic stories created for that very purpose? Welcome to my world. I’m a retired sex […]Continue reading
When it comes to issues or concerns with sexual desire in women, they can often be broken down into two categories: low libido (low sexual desire) or HSDD. What’s the difference between low libido and HSDD? Low libido or low sexual desire is reported by about 38% of women. That’s more than one out of […]Continue reading
Imagine you’ve had a long, long day. Work was a slog, traffic was a joke. You’ve had a few things not go your way and you’re just ready to go home and let all the stress escape you. You decide to draw yourself a bath. That sounds nice, right? You grab your salts, collect your […]Continue reading
At Rosy, we love to hear from our users and even women outside the Rosy community to learn what issues they’re experiencing and how we can best support women on their journey to sexual wellness. More recently, our team heard from cancer survivors the need for sexual health resources. Women who have or had cancer […]Continue reading
4 easy things you can do at home with your partner to keep intimacy a priority while staying safe during social distancing
If you’re not having as much sex as you once had or wish you were having more, you’re not alone. We explore some of the common factors that can affect your libido in your 30s.
An underactive thyroid can lead to sexual changes that can be frustrating for both you and your partner or partners. Ahead, a few tips for how to reconnect and be more intimate.
What do you do when lubrication seems to be the main issue with your lack of bedroom play?