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Female Condoms 101

Everyone has heard of (external) condoms – but did you know there are also ‘female’ (internal) condoms too? They are much bigger, fit inside the vagina and if used correctly – they provide a much higher percentage of protection from pregnancy and STI development. This barrier method is preferred by many women because it gives you a sense of safety knowing that you are in control of your sexual and reproductive health. If you’re curious to learn more about the female condom – stick around and we’ll tell you everything you need to know about this protective tool! How Do
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Categories: I'm not Pregnant, I'm not Pregnant, Sex, Sex, Sex, Sex, and Sex.

The Pros & Cons of Condoms

Condoms are one of the most common forms of contraception in the world. But although they have a plethora of benefits, they have some disadvantages too. See some of the pros and cons of condoms to see if this method is right for you. Pros Prevents Pregnancy The first and most obvious benefit of condoms is that it is a highly effective means of preventing pregnancy. If used correctly, these little ‘rubbers’ are over 98% effective. Condoms are Cheap & Convenient Condoms are sold almost anywhere! From pharmacies to canteens, you can pretty much get a rubber anywhere. You don’t
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Losing Your Virginity And What You Can Expect

Losing your virginity is pretty simple for boys, all they really have to do is aim. But for girls, it’s a little more complicated. While losing your virginity shouldn’t be taken too lightly, it isn’t something to be ashamed of, it’s something that should be celebrated! If you are considering cashing in the V-Card, and don’t know what to expect, here are a couple of tips and tricks to guide you. What Does Losing Your Virginity Mean Going all the way is unique to everyone. While everyone has their own definition of what virginity is, losing it is accomplished the
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Categories: Sex.
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6 Things Sex Ed Forgot To Teach You

Sexual education is an important part of health education and is vital for teen’s development, learning, and overall well-being. But sadly, there are so many topics that go unexplored in sex ed classrooms including conversations about female pleasure, birth control options, sex for LGBTQ people, STDs, and so much more. Here are 6 things that Sex Ed forgot to teach you. 1. Most Females Don’t Orgasm Through Penetration Although some unrealistic porn out there may lead you to believe that all women can reach orgasm after a couple minutes of penetration but, the reality is that in order for most
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Categories: Teens.
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5 Most Common STDs & How To Treat Them

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are very common, and having an STD is nothing to be ashamed of – but it is important to understand them, so you can enjoy a healthy sex life without worrying about contracting or spreading any STDs. If you want to learn about what the most common STDs are, as well as their symptoms and how to treat them – then read on and discover more about the 5 most common STDs. How STDs Are Spread According to the World Health Organisation, more than 1 million STDs are transmitted every day worldwide. STDs can be transmitted
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Categories: Teens, Teens, Teens, Teens, Teens, and Teens.

7 Common Myths & Misconceptions About Birth Control You Should Know

When it comes to menstruation, pregnancy and birth control, it can be hard to decipher between scientific fact and housewife tale. Either way, it’s important to understand your body and what you put into it in order to keep healthy. Understanding birth control options are an important way for women to empower themselves and take control of their health and wellness. We’ve listed some of the most common myths and facts about contraception to keep you informed. 1. The Pill Makes You Gain Weight Many women say that they experience weight gain as a side-effect of hormonal contraception. Is this
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Reasons You Missed Your Period… Other Than Pregnancy

Missed or late periods can have many causes other than pregnancy. If you’re sure that you’re not pregnant but worried about your delayed period, then we’re here to help you out. We discuss the top reasons why you could have missed your period. Stress! Stress affects your body in many ways, including messing up your period cycle. In fact, your body’s stress-response system is rooted in the same part of the brain that controls reproductive hormones. Stress can then cause ovulation and periods to delay or altogether skip a cycle. Managing stress could bring your cycle back to normal again.
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Categories: I'm Pregnant, Main Categories, Menstruation, Topics, Topics, Topics, and Topics.

5 Sex Positions You Didn’t Know You’d Love

Whether things are going good or bad in the bedroom everyone needs a little inspiration now and then when it comes to matters of sex positions. If you or your partner are feeling a little ‘meh’ about your sex life, this could have a huge impact on your relationship. Mixing it up every now and then can keep you both engaged and enjoying your sex life. However, if you’re feeling a little apprehensive at first – we understand, some sex positions may look a little scary or even impossible at first – don’t stress yet! They may look a little
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Categories: Trying to Conceive.