Dreams

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.

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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.

What turns the fluid off?

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.

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Q & A: I Feel Like Such A Liar!

Q: I wasn’t educated about sexuality until freshman year of high school. I didn’t know girls could like girls, but I came to the conclusion that I was bi sophomore year. I tried coming out to my mom recently, now that I am in college, but she dismissed it, saying I hadn’t showed any signs of being gay as a child and thus it was just a phase. This completely screwed me over mentally because it was already so difficult to go through the questioning process. My family is super conservative and Christian.

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Q & A: How Dry Can Sex Get, With A Condom?

Not adding lubricant won’t affect condom use for most people. In part, this is because condom manufacturers generally add lubricant to most condoms anyway. A small amount of lubricant on the condom can help sex to feel more comfortable and pleasurable, and may also help to reduce the risk of condom breakage.

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Q & A: What Do I Do About Major Pre-Cum Fluid?

Some men are able to make peace with the fact that this is just how their body works. When they’re in a relationship, they let their partner know that too. Other men choose to seek medical treatment. A urologist may be the kind of doctor most likely to be familiar with ways of treating this issue.