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Sex and Disability

I am of the belief that a healthy and fulfilling sex life is a right to which everyone is entitled regardless of their ability. My work has seen me work with some people with disabilities and I was delighted to hear of Desir, a concierge sex toy service for the disabled. With 1.7 million people …

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Impact of your lifestyle on your sexual health

Its a new year and for those making new years resolutions, a healthier sex lifestyle should be on your list of priorities. No matter what your age, your lifestyle choices will have consequences for your sexual health. Not only does exercise aid in sexual stamina and overall self esteem as you look and feel better …

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Relationship by design

What we need to change is the belief that if love is not hard, it is not real. It is believed that love should be suffered for with tears shed and endless yearning. Perhaps it comes from our culture’s sententious beginnings. The notion that anything great is worth suffering for. Yes, love and relationships are …

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Coming Out

The ideal and most accepting in the true sense of reactions is one where a parent or friend; a “loved one”; is open enough to not need a coming out event or discussion. Where they would meet any partner without prior warning or “coming out” and they are able to welcome whomever is presented to …

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Female Orgasm

That light headedness, tingling sensation throughout the body and contractions in the pelvic area. They’re great when they happen but its not every woman who has the pleasure of orgasm. Aside from lack of proper stimulation, some subconsciously impose on themselves psychological barriers which prevent them from reaching climax. Of the already small percentage of …

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Talking to your children about sex

This week’s topic strikes fear into the hearts of many parents. Even the most talkative of parents may stumble on words. But talking to your children about sex is an important part of parenting. Children and adolescents need your guidance to help them make healthy and appropriate decisions about their sexual behavior. The conversation should …

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Blow your own socks off

There is a belief that women don’t like oral sex, changing this myth will have you practising oral sex for your own pleasure while he gets what he wants too. Do it because you want to and watch your enjoyment change. These are not rules but guidelines. There are no rules. Use your body and …

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Non-Monogamous Relationships

Having lived in a non monogamous community for two months in San Francisco, I got a glimpse of what it was like to have multiple partners from those I lived with. Types of relationships constituting non monogamy include consensual polygamy, polyamary and polyandry.Polygamy: the custom or practice of having more than one wife at a …

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Anywhere but the bedroom

Anywhere but the bedroom I would never bash sex in the bedroom. It works. When the kids are around it is sometimes the only place with some privacy. And it’s comfortable. And the one room in the house where sex is most likely to happen. But there’s nothing wrong with trying out a few of …

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Emotional Abuse

Physical abuse is easier to identify than emotional abuse. Both are equally damaging. And even with evidence it’s not everyone who will have the courage to walk away. Love is not supposed to hurt and being strong does not mean staying in  relationships that devalue you. The following are some signs that you are in an …

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