Aug 172014
 
This entry is part 11 of 12 in the series Amp it Up

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Most people focus on the genitals and secondary areas like the nipples, according to Ducky, when they’re talking about sex. However, there are many more places that can turn you on, and she tries to get to each and every one in this clip! Starting from the pc muscles essential to everyone’s orgasm and working all the way out to the tips of the hair, Ducky talks about the many ways you and your partner can explore the intimacy of turning each other on.

Jul 312014
 
This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series GirlGasm Mythbusting

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You know those beautiful love scenes in the movies where both partners cum at the same time and then bask in the afterglow? Ducky’s here to let you know that’s not the way it happens most of the time – and that’s ok. She also explains why you probably shouldn’t settle for “simultaneous orgasms” anyway!

Jun 062014
 
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Living with an STI

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In this clip Ashley Manta talks more about her experience of contracting HSV-2 (genital herpes). She explains how it affected her sex life and dating life, and how it got better once she opened up about it. Refusing to accept the stigma is difficult but essential, and Ashley has suggestions for everyone with or without herpes that can help make things better.

Mar 252014
 

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 Kitty Stryker covers aftercare during this four-minute video. She discusses various aspects of aftercare: the logistics, different desires, necessities, communication/negotiation, and more. Kitty offers many practical tips to help improve your post-sexual experiences with your partner(s).

Jan 222013
 

Dr. Derek Andelloux wants to make it easier for you to talk frankly with your doctor about sex. In this clip he talks about the kinds of questions that health care professionals may have for you about your past, present, and future sexual habits, and why these can be important. He also talks about the  essential need for honesty when talking with your Doctor, then reassures you that there’s nothing to be ashamed of when talking about sex.