My very best advice for anyone, when it comes to any kind of sex, is to only engage in what you truly want to, for yourself, not just for someone else because it’s what they want from you.
RH Reality Check’s beloved expert on sex and young people needs your help! Heather Corinna is on the prowl for some great information for a study on multi-generational attitudes and experiences about casual sex. Can you help?
Heather Corinna’s explorative and gorgeous treatise on Love, with a capital "L", for young people (but, believe us, it’s a must-read for all ages!).
Many people have oral herpes but don’t know it, and don’t know that cold sores are a symptom. Most get it in childhood and don’t remember their first sores; some people will never see a sore again, though they have and can possibly transmit Herpes.
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A young woman wonders if there is any “grey area” in the story of her friend who says she was raped. Heather is clear: people disbelieve victims of sexual violence for every reason under the sun but consent isn’t just the absence of “no.” It’s an enthusiastic and strong “yes.”
This week in Get Real!, Heather Corinna’s sexual health advice column, Heather explains to a young woman why “hot” and “fat” aren’t mutually exclusive.
This week in Heather’s popular Scarleteen sex advice column for teens, Heather talks to Ronnie who has questions about his girlfriend’s feelings for her first sexual partner.
Heather Corinna brings Scarleteen’s popular sexual health advice column to RH Reality Check! This week, Heather advises a newlywed who is frustrated by her incompatibility with her husband.
Heather Corinna brings Scarleteen’s popular sexual health advice column to RH Reality Check! This week, in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, she talks to a young women who was forced to have sex.