Sexuality And Relationships
Facts you didn't know about your Hymen
Surely on more than one occasion, you’ve heard about the supposed relationship between the hymen and a woman’s virginity. But this information is even faker than the love you swore to your ex 😉, since it really is just a myth that has been believed by women for years, and we'll explain why here.
We all know about the existence of condoms, and we know their main function, but we want to make clear a few things that we consider important to know before using them. Keep reading and find out everything you didn’t know about them.
Female orgasms have always been a mystery. They are complex and there’s sooooo many types. That’s why we’re gonna explain each one, so you can understand a little bit more about how women’s bodies work.
When you’re on your period, having sex may be the last thing on your mind. Conditions may not be ideal, but actually, there’s no reason not to.
Loving our body helps us experiment with new sensations and allows us to love ourselves and enjoy our sexuality (in a responsible way)💗.
Masturbation During Your Period
Masturbation (specifically, self-stimulation for sexual pleasure) is a behavior that can lead to orgasm. A person's first orgasm often happens through masturbation, which can be a good way to explore your body and your desires. Knowing how to pleasure yourself can help you feel more comfortable expressing your needs to a sexual partner.
If you are having sex, you have probably experienced at some point in your life a concern or injury after something didn’t go as planned.
Risks of Sex Without Protection
Having sex without a condom always involves taking a risk where your physical health is at stake. Remember that sex is an experience shared with a partner, and there are many risks that come with having sexual relations. Not only is there the risk of an unplanned pregnancy, but also of getting Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).
When we talk about sex, we know that there are all kinds of myths that lead to misinformation. And, sometimes, they can end in an unwanted pregnancy or contracting a sexually transmitted infection. That’s why we found the most common myths, and made a list that explains why they are wrong:
Stages Of Sexuality
Sexuality not only refers to the act of reproduction. It refers to sexual desires, feelings, fantasies, and emotions - specifically, the development of sexual identity. As part of a person’s identity, sexuality allows an individual to identify and act as a sexual being.
What Is A Mammogram
To have a healthy life, you must undergo several medical tests throughout your life. We know that going to the doctor and gynecologist is very important in the prevention of serious illness and other complications.
Multiple sexual partners?
It’s very likely that throughout our lives we’ll have different sexual partners, so it’s important to know the risks and how to protect ourselves. In this article, we explain everything you need to know about it.
Sex during a vaginal infection?
We all know how uncomfortable a vaginal infection is. It hurts, it itches and can be uncomfortable for a few days.
VAGINAL BLEEDING AFTER SEX
Periods are not the only reason we bleed. We can also bleed after having sex. Yes, you read that right. It’s not entirely normal but, it’s common for multiple reasons. Keep reading to learn more:
My Daughter is Sexually Active
It might be hard to accept that your adolescent daughter could be sexually active, but there’s no reason to panic. This is just a stage in her life that was going to come sooner or later. The best thing you can do is talk to her, and guide her, so she learns to make responsible decisions.
Feminine Hygiene Before and After Sex
Good hygiene is essential when you are having sex. Beyond having a positive and pleasurable relationship with your partner, leading a sexually active life means that you take care of your intimate health to avoid discomfort and infections and minimize any odors that could develop and be uncomfortable for your partner.