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Q&As May 2, 2017

How To Become a Sex Toy Reviewer (Q&A #6)

When people ask me what I do, I often joke that I masturbate for a living. That is, of course, a huge oversimplification. But as a person whose job title includes the words “sex toy reviewer,” it is kind of true. Because my job is so unusual, I tend to get a lot of questions about it, both from people who watch my videos and read my blog and from people I meet in my day-to-day life…

Biology, Education April 17, 2017

PERIOD SEX

Periods. Sex. Period sex. Roughly half of Earth’s population will deal with menstruation throughout their lives, and sometimes shark week can get sexy. Let’s talk about pros, cons, and some tips for period sex! …

Biology, Education, Safer Sex November 11, 2016

Pregnancy Myths

Despite being one of the few topics that’s actually reliably covered in basic school sex education, pregnancy is still a subject that a lot of people are confused about. As someone who discusses sex online, a large percentage of the questions I get from people are about pregnancy concerns. If I do this, could I get pregnant? If I did this, could I be pregnant? …

Guides October 21, 2016

Sex Toys & Disability Guide

In the 1970s, Gosnell Duncan, a man with a spinal cord injury, came out with the first ever line of silicone dildos, paving the way for the body-safe sex toy movement as we know it today. Duncan’s inspiration came directly from his disability activism and conferences he attended — he wanted to create a product that could help people in his community to more easily have sex and masturbate…

Biology, Education July 17, 2016

Pain During Sex?

When I talk about avoiding pain during penetrative sex, I tend to give a lot of the same advice. Go slowly. Use lube. Make sure you’re completely comfortable and aroused. Try being on top so that you can control the speed and depth of penetration…

Sexuality June 7, 2016

10 LGBT+ YouTubers

Happy happy Pride! I’ve decided to kick this month off by sharing some of my favorite LGBT+ YouTubers! Annie Elainey. Annie is a lesbian and does videos on social issues, disability, body positivity, sexuality, etc. She also plays music and does general vlogs and challenges and stuff…

Biology, Education, Safer Sex April 27, 2016

STI Myths

As some of you may or may not know, April is STD Awareness Month. I’m going to assume most of you are aware of STDs. If you had a US sex education, you probably saw some pretty gnarly pictures. But despite this awareness, there are still so many myths and misconceptions out there surrounding sexually transmitted infections/diseases…

Biology, Education April 3, 2016

How Does Arousal Work?

Arousal is a surprisingly complex topic. It seems like it should be pretty simple — you want to do sexy things, your genitals respond, and then you get down to business. But that’s not always how it happens for a large percentage of people, and even when it is, there are a few other major factors that play into it…