Health Benefits Of Sex

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Sex and sexuality are a part of life. Aside from reproduction, sex can be about intimacy and pleasure. Sexual activity, penile-vaginal intercourse, or masturbation, can offer many surprising benefits to all facets of your life: physical, intellectual, emotional, psychological, and social. Sexual health is more than avoiding diseases and unplanned pregnancies. It’s also about recognizing […]

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To The Girls And Boys Who Are Ready To “Lose” Their Virginity

To The Girls And Boys Who Are Ready To "Lose" Their Virginity

Virginity has different meanings. There really isn’t just one definition of virginity. It can have a lot of different meanings, and can vary from person to person. Virginity really doesn’t have any medical or scientific meaning, nor does it serve as a basis for anything. A lot of people believe that vaginal penetration with a […]

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Are there Sex Positions That Can Reduce the Risks of Pregnancy?

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We can’t deny that there are certain times where we get so clingy, we want our partners to be as intimate with us as possible. Thus, leading to thoughts of having unprotected sex. However, the risks of unplanned pregnancy bother us, making us ask the question, “Are there any sex positions that can reduce the […]

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Is Porn good or bad?

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Anyone who has Internet access these days can access pornography. In the Philippines, talking about sex openly is still taboo and, many young men and women get their knowledge about sexual pleasure from watching pornography in secret. It’s not an ideal substitute for sex education as it can create ideas about sex and sexual pleasure […]

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No Desire to have Sex? It Might be Inhibited Sexual Desire!

Having the desire to have sex is normal. It’s also normal to not want it during some days. But if you feel that you have too low of a libido, it might be something called Inhibited Sexual Desire (ISD). ISD, or also known as hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), is defined as having low levels […]

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What’s a Refractory Period?

Refractory period is a person’s recovery time after an orgasm. During this period, sexual stimulation will have little to no effect and won’t result in any erections, orgasms or ejaculations. In terms of sexual response cycle, this is part of the resolution phase, where the body usually relaxes its muscles, heart rate, breathing, and the […]

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