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Tag: relationships

  • How to Tell Someone You’re Breaking Up With Them

    Break ups are complicated. This blog post covers some things to consider while talking with someone about ending your relationship.

  • Flirting Part 3: How???

    In this series we’re going over how people might want to think about interacting with a crush.This post shares ways people can try to flirt with their crushes. Let’s go

  • Flirting Part 2: What Flirting Isn’t

    In this series we’re going over  how people might want to think about interacting with a crush. Our first post covers ways we can understand and define flirting, this post goes over what isn’t flirting, and our next post shares some ways people can try to flirt with their crushes. Let’s go!

  • Flirting Part 1: What Is Flirting?

    In this series we’re going over how people might want to think about interacting with a crush. This post will cover ways we can understand and define flirting. Let’s go!

  • Long Distance Relationships

    Long Distance Relationships have a bad reputation! People say that LDRs require communication (eek!), planning (ugh!), and boundaries (oh no!). How are they even possible? This post goes into these things, as well as other stuff to consider when doing LDRs.

  • 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!

  • Consent

    Consent is permission for something to happen. When it comes to sex, consent is about all partners agreeing to a sexual act. This page looks at consent in a sexual health context and ways we can recognize, talk about, and use consent.

  • Sex At Home When You Don’t Live Alone

    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.

  • FAQ: Why doesn’t everyone like condoms?

    People give a lot of reasons for why they don’t like using condoms. But are these reasons legit? This post explores some of the things people say to get out of using condoms, and also offers up some solutions to work through the excuses!