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Ask A Educator: Penis Size

12 Mar

Ask A Sex Educator: Penis SIze

Dear Sex Educator,

I have a very small penis and is very self conscious about it.  How can I become comfortable with approaching women without thinking they will turn me down due to my penis size?

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Ask A Sex Educator: Strap-On Sex

25 Feb

Ask A Sex Educator Strap-On Sex

 

Question: I would like to use a strap on with my boyfriend.  How do I get him to try something like this?

Hi Strap-on Curious,

That’s exciting you want to try strap-on sex with your boyfriend! Everyone has an anus, so any body has the potential to get pleasure from strap-on sex, if they desire to. Exploring a desire with a partner can sometimes be intimidating, we can wonder how they will react, what will they think of us and if it will change how they perceive us. So how do we approach this gently and curiously?

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Ask A Sex Educator: Dildo or Vibrator

16 Jan

dildo or vibrator

 

Question: Which toy should I get a dildo or vibrator. What is the difference?

Answer:  

This is such a great question! Shopping for a dildo or a vibrator can be a sexy and confusing experience. Do I need a sex toy that vibrates? How do I know what type of stimulation I’ll like? Is there a way to tell if this sex toy will bring my body to orgasm? Does more expensive mean more pleasure? Lots of choices means lots of options to experiment with but can also create a daunting shopping experience. We’re here to help you!

 

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Ask A Sex Educator: Threesome

14 Nov

Q: “Hello, my boyfriend and I are interested in having a threesome but we have no idea how to approach a person for that. We have fears of STDs and I don’t feel comfortable asking a friend. We need tips on how to ask a person. “

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Ask a Sex Educator: First Time Anal

2 Jul

Q: I want to try anal but never have before. What should I do/try the first time to avoid pain?

A: Anal penetration can be a thrilling and pleasurable activity alone or with partner(s). But getting started can be daunting because of the idea that anal sex hurts – and it can if not done properly. Yet with a little know how and some good lube, you’ll be well on your way to a pain free and (hopefully) fun experience.

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