Endometriosis is a painful disorder that occurs when tissue that is similar to the tissue that lines the woman’s uterus grows outside the uterus. This tissue acts like regular uterine tissue does during your period – break apart and bleed at the end of your period cycle. However, in the case of endometriosis, this blood… Continue reading Things I wished I’d known about endometriosis when I was younger
The search for the female G-spot — that supposedly erotic pleasure button somewhere in the vagina — has become like the search for the Lost City of Atlantis. Some insist it’s real and that they’ve found it; others insist it’s a myth; and still others say it was never lost, it’s just part of an… Continue reading Who found the G-Spot? And does it really exist?
How would you feel if someone: Told you what you could and couldn’t wear? Told you what you could and couldn’t eat? Told you who you could and couldn’t talk to? Told you who you could and couldn’t love? Wouldn’t that be frustrating? Wouldn’t you feel like your freedom as an adult was being taken… Continue reading What are reproductive rights and why you should care about them
The viral STDs in the world are HIV, Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV), Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and Hepatitis B virus. Donovanosis is also one of the STDs caused by the Gram-negative Bacterium Klebsiella Granulomatis which is also known as Calymmatobacterium Granulomatis. It is a rare cause of genital ulceration. The disease is commonly found in… Continue reading Donovanosis
Hydrocele, pronounced as (hi-droe-seel), is when fluid fills a male’s scrotum, resulting in swelling. A hydrocele usually affects one testicle, however it can also affect both testicles. A smooth protective tissue sac surrounds the normal testis which produces a small amount of lubricating fluid to allow the testis to move freely. Normally, excessive fluid is… Continue reading Swelling of testes – Hydrocele
The seminal fluid released by the penis during ejaculation is known as sperm. While semen may include skin-beneficial compounds, the modest amount of these ingredients is unlikely to be of much use. Putting sperm on the skin or ingesting it increases the risk of allergic reactions and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The assumption that semen… Continue reading Cum for your skin – ‘yes’ or ‘nah’
Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted infection caused by bacteria known as chlamydia trachomatis. Young women are more prone in being infected, but it can still affect both men and women in all age groups. Men can get chlamydia in the urethra (inside the penis), throat, or rectum; women can be infected in the cervix,… Continue reading STD Series – Chlamydia
Having coffee in bed when you wake up in the morning is like heaven on earth. But does your partner feel the same way when it comes to sex? Is it true that caffeine can dampen your sex drive? The Effect of Caffeine Towards Men It is discovered that men who consumed approximately two to… Continue reading Is Coffee Hurting Your Sex Drive?
Consent is: Freely Given Reversible Informed Enthusiastic Specific Sex without consent is rape. We are aware of the many different types of non-consensual sexual harassment – unwanted groping, stalking, coercion, cat-calling – the list goes on. However, there is a lesser-known form of sexual assault that you should definitely be aware of, and that is… Continue reading Stealthing – Non-Consensual Condom Removal
3rd of November – Stress Awareness Day “Stress isn’t good for you” – there’s no doubt that you’ve heard this numerous times, and probably even experienced it first-hand in bed. While get warmed up with your significant other in bed, you start getting workday flashes through your head, hearing your boss listing off all the… Continue reading Less Stress, More Sex