(Clit)eracy Matters!: 6 Fascinating Clit Facts

(Clit)eracy Matters!: 6 Fascinating Clit Facts

The clitoris is an amazing (yet often ignored) piece of female anatomy that typically plays second fiddle to the vagina. This is very sad considering this piece of fleshy goodness is responsible for 70 to 80 percent of female orgasms. Have you been missing out on the clit magic? Has your partner been coming up […]

How to Date a (STD) Positive Person

How to Date a (STD) Positive Person

Let’s face it, STDs are pretty damn common. In 2016 alone, over 2 million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis were reported in the US. It is even estimated that 50% of sexually active people will get a STD by age 25. Thankfully, the majority of diagnosed STDs are curable. Simply pop some pills or […]

Oral Sex is Safe Sex….Isn’t it?

Oral Sex is Safe Sex….Isn’t it?

Oral sex is pretty damn common. More than 85% of adults aged 18-44 have had oral sex at least once. While it’s a good alternative to vaginal or anal penetration, it’s come to my attention that many believe oral sex is risk-free. Grant it, no one has ever gotten pregnant, or impregnated someone, through oral stimulation. However, […]

Trust Me, Your Vulva Looks Normal

Trust Me, Your Vulva Looks Normal

Thanks to perfectly symmetrical drawings in middle school textbooks and copious amounts of Internet porn, many of us have developed strange, anxiety-inducing complexes about the visual aesthetic of the vulva. There are countless online forums and threads addressing women’s concerns about whether or not their vulvas look normal. “Why does my inner lips hang lower […]

The Skinny On Squirting

The Skinny On Squirting

Hey Dr. Wendasha, “How do I squirt?” I’ve been asked this question at least a million times (probably more) since I started this sex education journey. Quite frankly, I am not surprised. Thanks to the overwhelming supply of free Internet porn, many have witnessed their favorite actresses’ mind-blowing ability to shoot large amounts of liquid […]

Reimagine Sex Ed

Reimagine Sex Ed

Before we get to the business of reimagining sex ed, we must first define “sexual health”. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines sexual health as: “…a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction or infirmity.” WHO goes on to state: “Sexual […]