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Sexual Enhancement Devices and Poison Prevention, Lesson Two

March 26, 2015

Now that you are aware that there aren’t any current safety regulations in the sexual device industry, because they are considered to be for “novelty use” here is a comprehensive guide as to what you should look for during a purchase. Regardless of device type or function: anal, vulva, or penis, first and foremost check […]

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Word of the Week: Tenting

March 23, 2015

We all know what happens to penis-bearers when they get turned on, but did you know that the vagina also expands during arousal? It’s called “tenting,” and it’s pretty awesome. The vagina, when unaroused, resembles a collapsed tubes with touching walls, about three or four inches in length. Certainly not ideal for penetration (ouch)! During […]

Sexual Enhancement Devices & Poison Prevention

March 22, 2015

National Poison Prevention Week, the third week in March each year, is a week nationally designated to highlight the dangers of poisonings and how to prevent them. More than 2 million poisonings are reported each year to the 57 poison control centers across the country. More than 90 percent of these poisonings occur in the […]

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TGIF: Week of March 20, 2015

March 20, 2015

This week, CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley aired a segment on Landon Wilson, who was kicked out of the US military because he is transgender. Dr. Jon LaPook wrote an article for the Huffington Post about why this is an important issue on which to educate ourselves. If you missed the segment, you can […]


Food and Sex, Lesson Four

March 18, 2015

As we’ve learned over the past few weeks, food and sex are inextricably linked. Even if whipped cream and chocolate sauce aren’t your thing, the food that you put into your body has an effect on your sexual health. Here is a quick recap of the ways in which food and sex are intertwined: Psychology […]


Word of the Week: Mittelschmerz

March 16, 2015

As if periods weren’t bad enough, menstruating people may also have to deal with mittelschmerz, or pain relating to ovulation. What Causes Mittelschmerz? Mittelschmerz occurs during ovulation, when the follicle ruptures and releases its egg. It’s not yet known what exactly causes mittelschmerz, but the two most common hypotheses are: Just before an egg is […]


Food and Sex, Lesson Three

March 15, 2015

So now that we’ve talked about the history of food and sex, let’s talk about the many ways you can combine the two into one orgasmic (foodgasmic?) experience. Gettin’ “In the Mood” There’s a good reason that foods like chocolate and strawberries are thought to be aphrodisiacs: chemistry. Chocolate contains the chemical PEA, which causes […]


TGIF: Week of March 13, 2015

March 13, 2015

This week kicked off with a bang with International Women’s Day on Sunday, March 8th. Hundreds of thousands of people marched in solidarity to show support for and demand gender equality. Actor Rainn Wilson wrote an article discussing the inherent value in providing women and girls all over the world with quality education. Because people […]