sexual wellness

Safe sex is the first step to enjoyable sex. Advice on improving your sexual health to improve your sex life.

  • Jules
    Published 13 days ago
    PrEP: HIV Prevention in a Pill?

    PrEP: HIV Prevention in a Pill?

    So what is PrEP? Essentially, it is a pre-exposure treatment (brand name Truvada) containing the medicines tenofovir and emtricitabine, which together help prevent the HIV virus taking hold and spreading. HIV as we know is particularly fucking nasty - destroying the white blood cells known as T-Cells and in turn reprogramming and replicating them, which then (if untreated) leads to severely weakened immune systems for PLWH (People Living with HIV). Without calling upon a science degree - (which I don't have) - in layman terms, the treatment allows for a coating around the cellular structure, which in turn stops the HIV virus from entering the cells and establishing infection.
  • HowToFind .com
    Published 13 days ago
    Why Have More Sex?

    Why Have More Sex?

    Sexuality, in all its facets, has a great physical and mental benefit for the person and also for the partner (of any kind). From the outset, the sexual climax exercises the brain as a whole, generating a great increase in blood flow, which distributes all the nutrients and oxygenation necessary for the mind.
  • Emily Vega
    Published about a month ago
    Emi the Sexplorer

    Emi the Sexplorer

    ‘Sexy’ was one of my key words for 2019. I sought to confront the way I thought about sex, viewed sex, and how I partook in it. I wanted this to serve as a framework of sorts to how I’d renegotiate terms to intimacy. You see, there were limits to my bedroom performance that I wasn’t satisfied with. Realizing that our bodies were made for pleasure and there was more about mine that was unknown than known, I was ready to push my boundaries.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published about a month ago
    How a Healthy Love Life Can Improve Your Overall Quality of Life

    How a Healthy Love Life Can Improve Your Overall Quality of Life

    For most adults, love and sex are incredible feelings. During intercourse, dopamine and opioid chemicals are released. Your body also releases oxytocin and endorphins. All of these chemicals are responsible for making you feel good.
  • Katrin with Love
    Published about a month ago
    From Overwhelmed with Vaginismus to Overjoyed

    From Overwhelmed with Vaginismus to Overjoyed

    For as long as I could remember, I was always afraid of my vagina.
  • HowToFind .com
    Published 2 months ago
    How Much Porn Is a Lot of Porn?

    How Much Porn Is a Lot of Porn?

    First of all we have to understand that porn travels through the eyes, the images cross the iris and produce a release of a chemical called dopamine, which activates mainly desire and motivation.
  • Miss Charlotte
    Published 2 months ago
    You Want Me to Do WHAT to My Vajayjay?

    You Want Me to Do WHAT to My Vajayjay?

    Ah, the many things you can now get done to your crotch. Your most intimate female part has never received so much attention! From the confusing, and unnecessary, to the downright dangerous, here are some of the latest trends in vaginal upgrading.
  • Katrin with Love
    Published 2 months ago
    A Tiny (And Tickly) Tip to Help You Reconnect with Your Sexuality

    A Tiny (And Tickly) Tip to Help You Reconnect with Your Sexuality

    Have you been missing pleasure and sensuality in your life lately?
  • Francis Y. Algonkin
    Published 2 months ago
    Why I Stopped Approaching Women

    Why I Stopped Approaching Women

    Lately I've been digesting a lot of Red Pill content on YouTube, MGTOW YouTubers included. Although the title of my article might sound bombastic, the reasons for it are not so. Contrary to what you might think, I'm not avoiding women because some guy with a cellphone uploaded his opinion on women. No, no, no.
  • Arrowmeds
    Published 2 months ago
    How Erectile Dysfunction Is Related to Your Sexual Urge

    How Erectile Dysfunction Is Related to Your Sexual Urge

    Erectile dysfunction in men is a sexual disorder that is characterized by the inability of a man to erect his penis due to sexual stimulation. In other cases, a man may not be able to keep his penis erected long enough to have intercourse.
  • Craig Braquet
    Published 3 months ago
    The Return of Freedom to Love Without Barriers (Part 2—The Beginning of the End of HIV)

    The Return of Freedom to Love Without Barriers (Part 2—The Beginning of the End of HIV)

    In my previous article, "The Return of Freedom to Love Without Barriers—Part 1," I told of the beginnings of the Free Love Movement, the contraceptive pill, and the Age of Sexual Enlightenment. We discussed the beginnings of the AIDS epidemic and the beginning of the Condom Era, where we learned that sex can kill you, and the term "safe sex" became a household word.
  • Craig Braquet
    Published 3 months ago
    The Return of Freedom to Love Without Barriers (Part 1—The Beginning)

    The Return of Freedom to Love Without Barriers (Part 1—The Beginning)

    I’ll start out by saying this is going to be a controversial article. I’ll be called irresponsible. The comments will be raging with vitriol on both sides of the argument, but it’s time that someone brought it up.