Or: How Good Consent & Communication is the Answer to (Almost) Everything for Everyone.
Are you supposed to moan when having sex? If so, is there a technique to what you are saying or do you just do it?
What does it mean to be good at sex? Or, better still, what things tend to make it most likely for people to have sexual lives, experiences and relationships they really enjoy?
Communication, consent, empathy, and sensitivity are critical to good sexual experiences, no matter your partner.
It is rare to read about Latino men in the way I have known them. Even stories by Latino men seem to exclude the experiences and relationships I have come to experience and nurture with the Latino men in my life. For this Father’s/Papi’s Day I want to share some of the ways I have come to know “machismo,” the idea of what it means to be a man, the idea of masculinity. I’ll warn you now, this is not going to be similar to what you have read in other places because my machismo comes from a space of love, respect, trust, and acceptance.
Legislation pending in Michigan sparks worries about health insurers denying coverage to those infected and tested without their knowledge.
Someone telling you they don’t want to be intimate and that they don’t like it when you do sexual activities for them is usually telling you quite clearly that they just are not feeling it with you when it comes to sex.