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Tag: FAQ

  • FAQ: When is it okay to laugh about sex with my partner(s)?

    Sex can be a really intimate and vulnerable activity for people. Because of this, laughter can be a really powerful thing, both positively and negatively. But how do you know when it’s okay?

  • Can you get your period while you’re pregnant?

    Bleeding can happen while a person is pregnant, it’s just not a period. But what could it be?

  • Do flavoured condoms/lube/dental dams cause infections?

    Some people choose to add to the taste experience of sexual activities by using flavoured condoms, lube, and dental dams. But are they safe?

  • FAQ: How do I get out of the Friend Zone?

    Friend Zone is a category we impose on ourselves, not something that the other person does to us when they say “No.” Check out this post for more on how to rethink how we go about being friends after a rejection!

  • FAQ: How can I stop pressuring myself to lose my virginity?

    When or if you lose your virginity is supposed to be a totally personal choice, but that doesn’t mean it’s always an easy one! This post will go over some ideas and strategies to help you stay true to your decision to stay a virgin.

  • FAQ: Are pregnancy tests accurate?

    Aside from getting your period, pregnancy tests are the only way to know for sure if you’re pregnant or now. But are at-home pregnancy tests accurate? Yes! They are!

  • FAQ: What is “unprotected sex”?

    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.

  • FAQ: What Happens To Your Body On Hormones

    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.

  • FAQ: Dealing with Cheating

    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.

  • FAQ: Sorting Out Romantic vs Sexual Feelings

    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!