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.
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!
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.
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!
Sliding into someone’s DMs can be a really good way to start a conversation with someone you’re into. This post goes over some of the Do’s and Don’ts of chatting up people online.
Friends With Benefits relationships can be tricky. Like, what do yo do if you start to have feelings for them? Don’t stress, because this post dives right into the heart of that question!
Whether “real” or “fake,” lots of people moan during sex! We break down why people do it, and what some of the hang-ups are around “fake moans”!
What do you do when you get a positive STI test *after* a break up? How do you tell your fresh new ex? Here are some tips!
The Affirmations Deck is an amazing resource created by a group of queer and trans* youth involved with Planned Parenthood Toronto’s Filling in the Blanks: Queering SexEd project!