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A guide to fun, safe, shame-free anal sex

According to Alicia Sinclair—a certified sex educator and founder of , a sex toy company dedicated to anal play—one common explanation for squeamishness is a lack of preparedness. When people start experimenting with sex, they typically confine touching to their genitalia. This leaves out an orifice that, for many, turns out to be pretty pleasurable.

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The 2017 election was an important victory for reproductive rights

BY LAUREN HOLTER Voters in support of women’s health care woke up much more optimistic after the 2017 election than last year. From gubernatorial races to mayoral races to state assembly races, would like to see abortion be banned.” Justin Fairfax, a Democratic reproductive rights advocate, also won the lieutenant governor’s seat running against a Republican

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Your birth control options, ranked from most effective to least

rolled backAccording to the , 55 million women enjoyed access to copay-free birth control thanks to the Obama-era mandate that Trump has targeted for months. Indeed, with an HHS stacked with birth control skeptics—former anti-abortion lobbyist and current HHS Assistant Secretary of Public Affairs and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population Affairs Teresa Manning are that

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Experts In Australia Are Blaming Dating Apps For The Rise In Gonorrhea

Experts in Australia are blaming dating apps for the country’s recent rise in gonorrhea. A report published by New South Wales University’s Kirby Institute found that between 2012 and 2016, there was a 63 percent increase, with over 23,000 people being diagnosed with the STD. Experts believe the increase is related to the heavy usage of dating

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Study shows variation in birth problems

It found that haemorrhage during childbirth, a major cause of illness in women who have given birth, occurred in about one in 40 women, but in some maternity units the rate was as high as one in 20. Call for investigation The number of women affected by third and fourth-degree tears, also known as obstetric

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How a feminist event on anal sex challenged me to give it a try

As I walked through midtown Manhattan on my way to the Museum of Sex for B-Vibe’s “Anal Throughout the Ages” event, I felt apprehensive. As much as I love writing about sex, anal sex wasn’t really my thing. What was the big deal with anal, anyway? Not that I hadn’t tried it. But putting objects up

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Woman requests time off for mental health, boss sends the perfect reply

It’s been almost three months since the news that Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington died by suicide, and the tributes and comments about the lead singer are still pouring in.  Before his death, Bennington, along with two members of the band, filmed an episode of Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke.  That video was finally shared on Thursday

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Here's the real truth about getting pregnant on your period

American Pregnancy AssociationSo glad we’ve cleared things up! period sex can be greatLike so many annoying things in life, this is a math problem: The average, 28-day begins on the first day of consistent bleeding. Typically, that bleeding lasts between three and seven days, followed a few days later by the cycle’s most fertile moment—ovulation,