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Q & A: Is This Dream A Turning Point For My Sexuality?

Men and women both show genital arousal at regular intervals during sleep. Dreams don’t have to change who you are and what kind of partner you want while you’re awake. Many people have sexual dreams about people they don’t want to have sex with in waking life.

December 29, 2017 |

Q&A: How Do I “Get Into It” After Forced Sexual Experiences?

“Tuning out” from sex is a survival response to non-consensual sex. It becomes kind of an automatic response so that later, even when you’re having sex with someone who you actually want to have sex with and consent to have sex with, it can be easy to slip into that same pattern and not really be present.

December 22, 2017 |

Q & A: Does A Gap In My Pill Schedule Really Matter?

Have you told your sexual partner(s) that you are no longer taking birth control pills and thus could become pregnant? These are important conversations to have so that your sexual partner(s) are fully informed about the risks that they are taking.

November 22, 2017 |

Q & A: Is There A Connection Between Early Molestation And Sexual Pain?

A sex therapist can help you think through your current experiences of sexuality. How do you feel about yourself as a sexual person these days? If you haven’t talked with your partner about painful sex, what’s keeping you from doing so?

November 17, 2017 |

Q & A: Will I Outgrow Premature Ejaculation?

Premature Ejaculation is particularly common among young men who are relatively new to sex. It can take time to become familiar with one’s own sexual response. Men and women both need time to understand how their body responds to sexual arousal and how they experience orgasm. Most men are able to find ways to delay ejaculation or to come to peace with understanding that this is just how their body works (and doesn’t necessarily need to be changed).

November 10, 2017 |

Q & A: What Causes A Dry Vagina During Sex?

Take time to explore your body to discover what arouses you. Communicate your sexual needs with your partner, Have fun while engaging in sex play! If vaginal dryness continues to be a problem – even after taking time to relax and engage in highly arousing sex play – talk to your healthcare provider.

October 20, 2017 |