Talking to your gynecologist about odors, itching or sex can seem daunting. We tackle 6 common questions you may be too embarrassed to ask.
“Most people think that when you’re young, libido is not an issue, but it actually can be for a lot of women”
When it comes to sex, we often hear about how we can be better. How can we be dynamite in bed? How can we intensify our orgasms? How can we deepen our partner’s pleasure? Literature in popular magazines tends to load us up on advice as to how we can advance our skills sexually and […]Continue reading
If you’re having trouble achieving orgasm through sexual activity, you’re not alone. Results from numerous studies are revealing there is a significant gap in the amount of orgasms achieved by women through masturbation and sex with a partner. For many women, a vibrator can be a valuable tool to enhance personal pleasure and help achieve […]Continue reading
Where did you learn about sex? For me, it began with an educational book, sheepishly handed to me by my blushing mother (with neither of us making eye contact) when I was around 13. I think it was called Girl Talk and it covered everything from periods to pregnancy, complete with detailed anatomical drawings that […]Continue reading
Are you taking care of your sensual self? Often our self-care routines involve taking care of our physical bodies or nourishing our minds. That’s why exercise, healthy eating, and meditation are common activities we can all find in our self-care toolboxes. But as a sex educator, I often find myself wondering what self-care looks like […]Continue reading