Sex Ed

  1. Discovery Channels: Sex Toys and Personal Growth

    Discovery Channels: Sex Toys and Personal Growth

    By Amara Purlle

    In the mainstream, the word “nurturing” is not typically associated with sex toys, but it’s a new year and a new year hopefully means you're also on a path toward discarding outdated notions, introducing healthy new notions that let you fully explore Next Phase you. It's 2019 and we should shop for erotic accoutrement like we shop for everything else. In this post, Amara Purlle gets frank about the possibility of learning about yourself through intimate personal device shopping.

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  2. A Beginner’s Guide to Being Sex Positive When You’re a Prude

    a shy person covers their face with their hand in embarrassment

    By Jordana Lipsitz

    Jordana Lipsitz wants to support her friends (and heck, even people she doesn’t know at all) in their zany sex adventures but she has a problem. And that problem is a visceral reaction to the thought of inserting anything, well, anywhere. Chalking it up to having been raised in a Protestant/Jewish household where the repression of the Protestant side was constantly at war with the easy-going attitude of her Jewish side, in this post Jordana Lipsitz shares her comedic journey into sex positivity.

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  3. Masturbation 2.0: Everything You Need to Know about Mutual Masturbation

    Masturbation 2.0: Everything You Need to Know about Mutual Masturbation

    By Kristie Overstreet Ph.D., LPCC, CST

    ✨Masturbation Month Special✨It’s still #masturbationmonth and we’re still celebrating everything there is to love about self-love! Planned right, it can be super-fun and comes along with tons of health benefits, basically has no negative impact… and you don’t just have to do it alone! It’s actually one of the hottest sexual activities you can do with your partner to increase your intimacy. Think of it as Masturbation 2.0.

    For this post, we asked Dr. Kristie Overstreet to answer all your questions about going solo… together.

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  4. Can You Masturbate Too Much?

    Can You Masturbate Too Much?

    By Kristie Overstreet Ph.D., LPCC, CST

    ✨Masturbation Month Special✨The perks of regular masturbation are well known and widely touted. But what lies on the flip-side of masturbation’s benefits? Is it possible to over-indulge in the pastime of solo-sex? Can you lose feeling from over-using a vibrator? Are there any negative effects? Will you be able to orgasm again later? For this post, Dr. Kristie Overstreet answers the question ”Can you masturbate too much?” and all that that entails...

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  5. Me, Myself & I: Celebrating Masturbation Month

    Me, Myself & I: Celebrating Masturbation Month

    By Amara Purlle


    ✨Masturbation Month Special✨It’s officially Masturbation Month! While we in the pleasure industry tend to celebrate masturbation on the daily, we also recognize that visibly dedicating an entire month to the topic serves as a necessary reminder that self-pleasure can be an integral and accessible aspect of everyone’s sexuality. For this post, Amara Purlle explores rapidly changing attitudes towards self-love and why it’s still so important to celebrate going solo.

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  6. P Marks the Spot: Discover Your Prostate Orgasm

    P Marks the Spot: Discover Your Prostate Orgasm

    By Colt Chapman

    Allowing yourself to be penetrated in and of itself can be scary because it makes you so vulnerable. This applies to men, women and everyone in between. When you let something foreign inside of your body, you’re essentially exposing yourself. Owning vulnerability, though, is often noted in other aspects of life as being a key to true happiness. Breaking sexual barriers is no different. For this post, we welcome Colt Chapman as he discusses prostate pleasure: who’s doing it, what it feels like, how to do it and why you should try it out (if you have a prostate, that is).

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  7. Started From the Bottom: A Beginner's Guide to Anal Sex

    Started From the Bottom: A Beginner's Guide to Anal Sex

    By Amara Purlle

    Yes, women are into it. No, it’s not just a male-on-male pastime. Yes, heterosexual men are doing it, too. Yes, it’s a completely normal, celebrated and valid way to achieve orgasm. So, let’s do this! Let’s go deep and continue to un-taboo anal sex. Because, as previous columnists have said: It’s [insert decade here]. Time to get real.

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  8. You’ve Come a Long Way, Bunny: A Brief History of the Rabbit Vibrator

    You’ve Come a Long Way, Bunny: A Brief History of the Rabbit Vibrator

    By Amara Purlle

    No one really thought a device built solely for instant self-gratification could build an empire, but it has, a few times over. And they say sex doesn’t sell. We want to honor its contribution to fulfilling sex lives everywhere (both real and imagined) by digging into the Rabbit’s history, cultural impact, and why it created a demand for what we knew we always needed. (Warning, puns ahead.)

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