Because most encounters could be summed up rather quickly.
“What has been lost is the intimacy, the fun, the attraction, the exploration of a new partner or pleasing a partner in a new way.”
There’s all kinds of penises out there — you might be more normal than you think.
The course will be offered alongside countless others as part of its annual Sex Week initiative.
The cover literally says “no means yes?”
“They compared our virginity to a cookie.”
Wink wink, nudge nudge.
“Beta, the boy inserts his Indian culture into the female values.”
Sept. 18, 1999: I KNOW ABOUT SEX.
Everyone calm down. You’re all DEFINITELY pregnant.
We’re sorry, the vas deferens is… what?
An erection feels like a what?
Turns out, no one knows anything.
Thank god for sex-ed. H/t to this Reddit thread.
Talking about sex can be awkward, but these seven tips will help. Kind of.
Seventeen-year-old Katelyn Campbell is currently fighting her high school for the right to speak out against Pam Stenzel, a touring speaker who promotes abstinence-only sexual education.
After I was invited by a student group at Corning Community College to give a talk on sex and culture, my presentation was canceled when the school’s president found out that I do porn. This is exactly why we need to have more candid conversations about sex, porn and American culture.
A new study says America’s teen birthrate may be influenced by something that has nothing to do with condoms or sex ed: poverty. Teenagers who feel like they have no shot at economic success may be having kids instead.
Yes, this is both real and terrible. How dare Planned Parenthood try to educate people?
Alini Brito and Cindy Mauro, two foreign language teachers at James Madison high school in Brooklyn, were apparently caught by a janitor getting all naked and stuff with each other in a classroom during the school’s talent show. Read More ›
In the name of sex education, this gal publicly professes her virginity after attesting to achieving “sexual satisfaction without taking [her] clothes off.” Watch Video ›
I can’t tell if a character called “Condoman” and anatomically correct stuffed toys are NSFW or just a sad, sad commentary on the state of American sex education.