Condomology 101

Yes, you’ve read it right, condomology – the study of condoms. Condoms are among the most used contraceptives in the U.S. by people who are not in a long-term or monogamous relationship. There’s an easy explanation: it’s the only contraceptive that protects against both pregnancy and STDs. However, not everyone is a big fan. Apart…

Sliquid: Flavored Lube That Doesn’t Suck

The last time we tried flavored lube we thought anything would be better than the sticky nasty tasting stuff we had just put in our mouths. So, thank you, Sliquid, this is a huge improvement! We tested out 3 flavors as part of their Swirl series*: Cherry Vanilla: can you call a lube fresh tasting? This one was.…

Anal Sex – A Beginner’s Guide

As more people are discovering, anal sex isn’t just for gay men! Anal play can be pleasurable for men and women. Of course, this hole has gotten a bit of a bad rap because of its function; don’t let that stop you because there are lots of ways around the dirty bits. Here are some…

Choosing a Lubricant

Whatever your situation is, sex is usually better with lube. There are three kinds of personal lubricant: Water-based lubricants: water-based lubes are the most common and recommended since they’re safe to use with sex toys and latex contraceptives like condoms and diaphragms. Water-based lubes are formulated to be non-irritating, though some contain glycerin, which can…