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How do women know they’ve reached the Big O?

A lot of women have trouble figuring out if they’ve already reached orgasm. TV shows, movies, and porn often depict it as explosive and “earth-shattering,” popularly described as “like fireworks.” But on-screen orgasms are only performative, and don’t accurately depict women’s actual orgasms in real life. So, the first thing you should know is that […]

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The Male Sexual Anatomy

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The male sexual anatomy or male genital system is divided into two categories: the internal parts which include the seminal vesicles, testes, vas deferens, epididymis, prostate, ejaculatory duct, etc.; and the external parts which include the penis, foreskin, urethra, and scrotum.  Internal Sex Anatomy Testes The male sexual glands, testes are the two oval shaped […]

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Female Puberty

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Puberty is a huge turning point in the lives of young women—it is a time of great changes and growth. These changes don’t immediately happen all at once, and can take several months to several years. Puberty is the phase when a person starts to shift from child to adult, and for the girls at […]

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What You Should Know About Your Sexual Health

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Safety, pleasure, and respect. These are the three things that determine your sexual health. Having sexual health means that sexual rights of all people are respected, protected and fulfilled. Even if you are not yet sexually active, having knowledge about your sexual health is important so that you can make informed decisions about your health […]

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What should you do when a condom breaks?

Condoms go through stringent testing and quality control to ensure that they will serve their purpose, which is to prevent unwanted pregnancies or sexually transmitted infections (STIs).  Although rare, condoms can still break. One of the many reasons why this happens is improper use or improper storage, such as putting it in a wallet. So, […]

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5 Hidden Erogenous Zones No One Told You About

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The human body is a marvelous creation. It’s an inexhaustible source of toe-curling sexual pleasure and satisfaction, a complicated network of nerves waiting to be stimulated and we’re off to lalaland. Our first experiences of having sex are often both terrifying and exhilarating (and sometimes awkward). They are our first tentative steps towards a lifetime […]

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