Jordan Gray says that sexual education should come from our parents. And these are the seven things they need to make sure they’re telling their children.
He is vulnerable and stoic; she needs to return to home. Wildlike’s unusual pairing makes the perfect vehicle for explaining the male calling to protect.
Monica Faulkner on how the sex ed system in America perpetuates an idea of shame associated with sex. Not only is this a harmful lens to view sex, but it also continues a cycle of silence for abuse victims.
Putting pleasure and excitement at the heart of our discussions with young men provides us with a coherent, inclusive and meaningful starting point from which to talk about sex.
Instead of shaming porn actors and sex workers, Matthew Facciani says we should have open conversations about sexuality and sexual education.
Jordan Gray says that becoming a better lover is simpler than you’d expect (and it has nothing to do with sexual technique).
We use competitive metaphors to talk about sex, like baseball, when we should be using corporative ones, like pizza.
S.E. Smith investigates the real messages in Chicago’s new teen pregnancy ad.
The STD Project and The Good Life are sparking a conversation on male sexual health in the 21st century.
Andrew Smiler impores people to talk more openly and consistently about sex and sexuality with their young children.
This is a comment by Sarah on the post “The Truth about Porn and Relationships”.
Does sex ed include information on human interactions beyond ‘here’s where the parts go’?
Joanna Schroeder wonders how the state of Tennessee hopes to educate young people on how to protect themselves if it’s illegal to mention “gateway sexual activities”.