No one is entitled to any kind of sex with anyone, or to access anyone else’s body part, just because they want it or because they have had it or accessed it in the past.
You should never feel afraid you have to do anything you do not want to just because someone else wants it from you for themselves, very much including having sex.
Proof that PrEP works – that there is, literally, a pill can help to prevent HIV — is an extraordinary breakthrough, as was the news received last summer that an effective vaginal microbicide had been identified. But what does a study focused on people engaging in rectal-penile sex have to do with women and their reproductive health? There are many ways to answer that question — some of them cause for celebration and some reasons for real concern.
When someone is worried about what you’ll say exerting sexual pressure, but is coming from the wonderful, thoughtful place that you are, these worries are often displaced.
Just. Slow. Down. You keep saying you just don’t know about all of this. That’s okay: you don’t have to know. But do yourself a favor and don’t put yourself in a position where you have to.
Being inclusive of disability and persons with disability in sex education, our sexualities and sex lives is critical because it and we are part of human sexuality and sexuality is part of those of us with disability.
Open conversations about sex are critical to a relationship but can also be difficult to initiate. So this Valentine’s Day, how can you make these conversations easier on yourself and your partner?
It is common to experience differences in feelings for different genders and in different relationships, and how we feel is not something we can change or control.
When Tufts University officially banned students from having sex in residence hall room when a roommate is present, it met with two especially strong reactions. Colleges across the country are watching to see how it plays out.
Sexual desire is not the same thing as sexual addiction, and sexual addition is an overused term. Learning to best manage sexual desire, feelings and choices is a something we all need to learn for normal, healthy relationships.