“Sex” doesn’t automatically imply intercourse…and women struggle communicating their cravings, too. So go ahead and pick her provocative mind.
Talking About Sex
What I learned from my mom and dad about alcohol. 1. My dad was a full-blown alcoholic. 2. My mom rebelled against that alcoholism. 3. They divorced when I was 6 and my dad drank himself to death.
Have you ever had this conversation? It’s not really about the sex…is it?
Jordan Gray says that sex doesn’t get talked about enough. Start with these five questions and your love life will improve overnight.
“What you think you know about having great sex is simply not the whole story.”
I know my disability scares you; here’s why that’s okay.
Betcha didn’t know there were so many different ways to discuss sex. You might be surprised.
Julie Sibert thinks married sex has the potential to be a lot more just an orgasm.
The quest for sexual fulfillment in a relationship begins by learning to communicate sexual desire. Pleasure Mechanics breaks down the process
Harris O’Malley asserts that enthusiastic consent is important not only for rape prevention, but also because it facilitates really, really great sex.
Accused of revealing too much, Aussie blogger Reservoir Dad prefers disclosure over discretion
Sexual instruction manuals perpetuate the notion that, despite the apparent diversity of ways to have sex, there’s just one right way for men to be lovers.
Jamie Utt offers a “Yes No Maybe” Chart to help couples talk about their limits—and their fantasies.
Many young children learn where babies come from, writes Justin Cascio, but teaching about their bodies and pleasure remains taboo.
Joanna Schroeder teaches her sons about sex, and ponders the merit of words like “vajayjay” and “hoo-hah.”
College-age “bros,” writes Oliver Lee Bateman, have an extensive bro-cabulary for their describing their exploits, but don’t say much about sex.