Whew! It’s been a busy month getting ready for the holidays and our readers are more curious than ever, it seems. Learn the answer to their Ask a Safer Sexpert submissions about condoms, latex allergies, size issues, delay creams, lubes and more in our December 2015 Reader Questions!...more
When it comes to condoms, we’ve all got questions. But, these top five most common condom questions are ones we hear on the daily. So come on, let’s clear up some of this rampant condom confusion and get to learnin’!...more
Want to raise your status in the sack by learning more about the various sexual positions which can upgrade your standing to Master of the Bedroom? You’ve come to the right place. The Condom Depot Learning Center’s Sexual Positions Article Hub has all the mind and body-bending poses, positions and anatomy lessons you need, all in one convenient locale....more
Thanks to perfectly symmetrical drawings in middle school textbooks and copious amounts of Internet porn, many of us have developed strange, anxiety-inducing complexes about the visual aesthetic of the vagina. There are countless online forums and threads addressing women's concerns about whether or not their vaginas look normal.
Hey Wendy,“How do I squirt?”I’ve been asked this question about female ejaculation at least a million times (probably more) since I started this sex education journey. Quite frankly, I am not surprised. Thanks to the overwhelming supply of free Internet porn, many have witnessed their favorite actresses’ mind-blowing ability to shoot large amounts of liquid from their vaginas onto their willing partners and/or cameras....more
When I was a kid, I remember being given a book that described how two large round cartoon people made a baby. I also remember that somewhere in the middle of the book it suggested that you ask your mom and dad to stand next to each other naked so that you could observe the differences in their bodies. Fortunately for me and for my parents, I had enough common sense to know that this was a terrible, terrible idea....more
There is a certain false sense of security that comes with having my daughters in an all-girls middle school. There is a modicum of relief that washes over me when I hear other parents talking about the flirtatious interactions and attractions, both clandestine and overt, that their children experience daily, hourly, continuously. My girls get to go to school and not have to endure 'accidental' jostling or groping from the boy whose locker is adjacent to theirs. They are not awash in titillating situations between or during classes.
So naturally, when I read about the controversy surrounding Northwestern University’s Human Sexuality class, I’m utterly dismayed. Here is a professor, John Michael Bailey, who is offering, at last, some semblance of a full sexual education to students who are interested. The class focuses on the science and diversity of sex and offers events for students to explore sexual issues with panels and presenters who have experienced the things being discussed. The events occur after class; they are optional and the content is not covered on exams.
Good news for those of us who want to equip students with knowledge that prepares them for life: According to Ms Magazine, legislation introduced by Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) and Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA) will eliminate federal funding for abstinence-only programs if enacted.