2 Cut, Or Not 2 Cut — Part 1

 Posted by on August 26, 2013
Aug 262013
2 Cut, Or Not 2 Cut — Part 1

By Richard Wagner

Sometimes culturally established practices conflict with sound sexual health imperatives. Nowhere is this clash more obvious than in the touchy issue of circumcision in general, and infant circumcision in particular.

Some unaltered adult men; as well as many prospective parents are confused and conflicted about the practice.

Aroma of Concern

 Posted by on August 10, 2013
Aug 102013
Aroma of Concern

by Dr. Brian

No one wants to go down on the woman with the stinky vagina. So, here is some information that will insure your hoo-ha gets the amount of oral attention you want. Poor hygiene is a common cause of bad vaginal odor. Good personal hygiene is just the use of plain soap and clean water to remove schmegma (Vagina cheese) and the associated odor. Wear loose cotton clothing to help eliminate vaginal odor.

DSM Revisions: The Impact on BDSM

 Posted by on July 26, 2013
Jul 262013
DSM Revisions: The Impact on BDSM

You may have heard that with the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (the DSM-5), the American Psychological Association had “depathologized kink;” that the paraphilias (Fetishism, Sexual Masochism, Sadism… all of the ISM’s close to our hearts)  are no longer necessarily diagnosable mental illnesses.  This is tremendous news for kinky folks – especially […]

Clothing, Nudity & Sexuality

 Posted by on July 17, 2013
Jul 172013
Clothing, Nudity & Sexuality

I look back in the past fifty or sixty years, when kink was really starting to be documented for the Mainstream Average Joe, and there is a stunning amount of growth in different fetishes and kinks.  Even the most vanilla person uses the word “fetish” now in a joking way.  A few years ago, when I was […]

Why Talk About Sex And Disability?

 Posted by on July 12, 2013
Jul 122013
Why Talk About Sex And Disability?

A woman’s friends are incredulously  disbelieving when she tells them that she and her husband, who uses a wheelchair and has several medical conditions, have an active sex life. A young blind man, who has just realized he is gay, asks his trusted resource teacher to help him learn how he can join his high […]

Lies We Tell Ourselves

 Posted by on June 30, 2013
Jun 302013
Lies We Tell Ourselves

Self-Deception in the Postmodern Age


Studies have shown that the average person lies several times a day. Sometime the lies are little untruths – “That new haircut looks great.” Other times they’re pretty major…

Jun 252013
Are higher priced sex toys really worth it?

Yes. Why? It’s 2013 and your sex toys are stuck in the 90’s. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of sex toys? Tacky neon-colored phallic objects that need batteries and are made from plastic and smells like… plastic. No wonder why the idea of bringing these things to bed (much […]

Jun 162013
Hello, Existential Crisis, My Name is Heather

This year I dreaded my birthday. I spent months agonizing about it. At the end of May I turned forty—the big 4-0. Although I knew it was approaching (I had thirty-nine years of anticipation) I wouldn’t let myself ponder its significance. I shoved it into the background of the vision of my future, reducing it […]

Jun 142013
3 Steps to Find An STD Clinic Like a Hot, Friday Night Date

“Alyssa, Come here!” A text from my friend’s recent one night stand read, “Do you have an STD?”, followed by a series of photos of his penis with red, open sores on it. This is definitely an awkward way to start the STI/STD convo. “I’m a whore,” she cried. I was horrified that my friend […]

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