A lot of the time “unprotected sex” usually means when people don’t use condoms and/or any birth control methods. That’s typically how people learn to use it, either in school or media. But really, it depends on what kind of things you’re trying to protect yourself from.
Going on hormones is supposed to change your body and that can be pretty scary when you don’t know what to expect. For this post, we’ve adapted a some resources from the Rainbow Health Network’s pages on Feminizing and Masculinizing Hormone Therapy.
Cheating can be hard on a relationship. It’s normal for partners who have been cheated on to feel angry or lost. This post covers some things partners can consider when dealing with the complicated emotions or tough decisions that can come up in the aftermath.
When you’re in a relationship, how do you handle new feelings of romantic or sexual attraction for people other than your partner? And what if those new feelings you’re feeling are making you ask questions about your sexual orientation? In this post we cover some definitions for orientations that you may not be familiar with!
In this FAQ we’re covering some questions about Pre-Menstrual Syndrome, how to cope with PMS symptoms, and how to talk to partners about it.
Sometimes the hardest thing about having sex is just getting some privacy. But how do you do that if you don’t live alone? In this post we explore what you can do to navigate having sex if you live with family or roommates.
Happy Bi Visibility Day! To celebrate, we all got together to answer some of our most common questions about what it means to be bi.
Unlearning sex-negativity can be hard. So how can we work on that? Or how can we work on getting more comfortable with sex for ourselves? This post offers some tips on ways to practice being more sex-positive!
What *is* the deal with douching? Is it safe? What are the consequences of douching for your body?
Check out this post for some quick info on vaginal fluids and discharge!