This guy’s sex talk is different than anything you heard in SexEd, and covers every important point in only six minutes. Plus… it’s funny!
How to be better in bed, falling in love, heartbreak, passion and building stronger marriages… we’ve covered it all here at The Good Men Project. What were your favorites?
How do you have healthy, age-appropriate conversations with kids about pornography? Dr. Timaree Schmit offers a helpful guide for parents.
Harris O’Malley asserts that enthusiastic consent is important not only for rape prevention, but also because it facilitates really, really great sex.
Most people aren’t getting enough sex, and they don’t know what to do about it. Dr. NerdLove steps in to examine the problem and offer solutions
Shannon Ridgway and Sandra Kim offer a clear guide to understanding and obtaining consent from your partner.
It may be comforting to believe that all rapists are bad people, but in truth, rape most often happens between friends, lovers, acquaintances and pals.
Marianne examines whether the holiday standard “Baby It’s Cold Outside” is actually a song about sexual coercion.
Miriam takes issue with the sexual assault joke in Jezebel’s ‘Sexytime Dilemmas’ column, and asserts that jokes about raping men simply aren’t funny.
HeatherN asserts that those who like vanilla sex have a lot to learn from those in the kink community.
Joanna Schroeder thinks education should include more talk about sexuality, but wonders if some of these courses take things a bit too far.
This comment was from Julie Gillis on Lessons From the Seduction Community, Part Three: Explicit and Tacit Sexual Communication
TweetTrigger warning for discussion of rape. In my two previous posts on the subject, I talked a little about the ways that gendered societal ideas about libido fuck with people. Men are expected to be constantly-horny fuckbeasts, and women are expected to not want sex all that much, but trade it for things they do […]