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Safe Sex During COVID-19

Safe Sex During COVID-19

We thought this was worth a share. The NYC Health Department may change recommendations as the situation evolves. 3.19.20  Please remember whatever you choose to do you make sure that it is SAFE - SANE - CONSENSUAL.   Disclaimer: The information contained in this document should be read as general in nature and is only to provide and overview of the subject matter. Please read product packaging carefully and follow all instructions. Seek advice specific to your situation from your medical professional or mental health professional. Safe - Sane - Consensual

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How To Sext during COVID-19 physical distancing measures.

How To Sext during COVID-19 physical distancing measures.

Sexting is a form of digital foreplay. Sexting may seem intimidating or overwhelming to some, but it’s actually just flirting and texting in a new context! In the current climate of physical distancing, it also has the added bonus of keeping you connected with those you are intimate with when you can’t be together. Sexting is a form of digital foreplay, can be a great distraction from a busy day and help get us in the mood for sex. It is a fantastic skill whether you are locked down with someone or you are in a long-distance relationship. Which face...

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5 Sex Drive Myths.

5 Sex Drive Myths.

Q: I don’t know what happened, but I feel like I have lost control over my sex drive? Spontaneous sex or spontaneous desire for sex – what is that? I really don’t know what went wrong but I would love some tips on how to get my sex drive back. A: Great question and actually very common. I think sharing some of the myths about sex drive and desire might be helpful. Myth #1 – Spontaneous sex. There are two types of sex drives, spontaneous and responsive. Spontaneous sex drives equal feeling the mental desire for sex and seek out...

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7 Questions I Have Been Asked As A Sex Educator & Women's Health Advocate.

7 Questions I Have Been Asked As A Sex Educator & Women's Health Advocate.

In the time I have been a sexuality educator and women's health advocate I have been asked some interesting questions. Actually even before that while I was studying at uni, as soon as people found out what I was studying I came across curly questions and surprising statements from people. In this blog, I thought I would share 7 of the general questions I get asked frequently and a short answer for each.  Q: “Is it ok to masturbate in a relationship?” A: The simple answer is YES it is ok to masturbate in a relationship. Masturbation is normal and...

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