Q&A: Can I Get Pregnant If A Guy Pulls Out Before He Ejaculates?

Men cannot reliably squeeze all of their semen out of their penis. Sometimes it trickles out a few moments later. Also, there may be sperm that are further down and then, when he is inside you and gets aroused again, his pre-ejaculatory fluids may sweep up the sperm and carry it outside his body and into your vagina.

Q&A: Young American Women: Only Ones Who Shave Their Pubic Area?

It’s common for women and men to say that there’s something they like about having even just a little bit of pubic hair. Some people find that it feels very sensual to have a little bit of pubic hair to tug on – that it can enhance sensation during masturbation or partner sex. Others just like how it looks.

Q&A: My Clitoris And Vulva Are Fusing Together. Is This Okay?

The glans clitoris sometimes seems to fuse to the clitoral hood. Changes to the structre of the vulva, whether to the clitoris or the vaginal lips, can occur as part of menopause, when estrogen levels decrease, or as a result of a genital skin condition such as one called lichen sclerosus.

Q&A: When I Haven’t Had Sex For A While, I Bleed A Lot. Why?

Try using a water-based or silicone-based lubricant to make sex more comfortable and pleasurable and to reduce the risk of tearing. You might also try sex positions that give you more control so that you can make sure the sex that you do have is gentle in terms of impact and the way that it feels.

Q&A: Connection Between Sexual Abuse & Urge To Pee Before Sex?

As it turns out, it is not uncommon for women to feel as though they have to pee in relation to sexual arousal or sexual behavior. The clitoris, vagina and urethra (which connects to the bladder) are so closely connected that some scientists have suggested that we use the term “clitoral complex” to refer to these interconnections.

Q&A: My Vagina Has Gotten Bigger Since Giving Birth

Although not all women notice changes in the way that sex feels after having been pregnant or given birth, some women do. It’s not uncommon for us to hear from women who have questions about their vaginal tightness or about partner slippage issues in which the penis keeps slipping out of the vagina during intercourse.