• Q&A: Is Anal Sex Safe?

    In theory, yes. Anal sex can absolutely be a safe way to experience sex, just as vaginal intercourse can be a safe way to experience sex.

  • Q&A: Anal Sex And Long Term Health Concerns

    As far as we know, regular anal sex is not likely to damage a person’s anus or rectum or to cause significant health problems.

  • Q&A: Death Grip During Masturbation – Will It Translate To Sex?

    If you’d like to increase your chances of ejaculating from sex with a partner, consider varying your masturbation technique.

  • Q&A: My Wife Has A Sore Near Her Anus. Could It Be Herpes?

    There are various reasons why people get sores on their anal or genital area and not all of the reasons are related to sexually transmissible infections.

  • Q&A: Safe To Put Small Round Items Directly Into The Anus?

    Unlike the vagina, which is only a few inches long and ends at the cervix, the anus leads into the rectum, where objects can get more easily lost.

  • Q&A: Anal Sex: Cleanliness And Avoiding Pain

    People rarely talk to each other about anal sex, which can leave many people feeling confused or uncertain about how to try this particular sexual behavior.

  • Q&A: Healing Time For Genital Cuts And Tears

    Genital cuts and tears can make sex uncomfortable and possibly increase the risk for further infection if not treated correctly.