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Let's talk about something that not many people are willing to discuss: Pulling Out (i.e. when a guy removes his penis during sex just before he orgas...
So how can you overcome your embarrassment around talking about condoms to your partner? Find out here.
Sex for the first time feels different for everyone because it really is an individual experience. So here are a few questions you might have that I’ll try to answer as best as possible.
When a male and female have unprotected vaginal sex, there's a chance that the woman will become pregnant. Read here to get a better understanding of pregnancy.
Condoms can sometimes rip or tear, but if you follow these tips and use it properly every time, the chances of a condom breaking are very low. Here's how.
It’s normal to have questions about sex when you’re deciding to have it for the first time. Although you might feel shy about it, there’s absolutely nothing to be embarrassed about.
Who is responsible for carrying condoms and for birth control in a relationship? If you’re in a relationship, this may have been something that you’ve always wondered.
If you’re sexually active or thinking about having sex, contraceptions should be your top priority, so, here's why are so many people still make excuses for not using protection.
There are some conversations that seem awkward to have with your partner, especially conversations about sex. But expressing yourself is important.
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