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Pelvic Floor Health for Men

Download a free PDF version of this brochure Please note: we are aware of the problematic title of this brochure, as the term ‘men’ does not adequately define people who may be transfeminine AND have a pelvis shaped by testosterone in utero. We are in the process of consulting with pelvic floor muscle experts on […]

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Self Pleasuring for People with Penises and Prostates

Download a free PDF version of this brochure Self-pleasure, also known as masturbation, specifically refers to touching yourself sexually in a way that feels good.  There is no right way to masturbate, and as long as it doesn’t hurt, there’s no wrong way either.  You can do it alone, with a friend, or as part […]

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Rheumatoid Arthritis and Sexuality

Q: Dear Sex Educator, I am living with rheumatoid arthritis, and the pain and fatigue that I experience can make sexual intimacy difficult or impossible. Is there anything I can do to improve my sex life? __________________________________________________________________ Chronic pain and fatigue can make you feel like your sex life is over, but this does not […]

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Best intercourse positions for avoiding back pain

I am 61 years old and still sexually active with my partner who has some back problems.  During intercourse he is usually on top but occasionally wants me to be on top. I try but it seems like it’s not a comfortable fit and I don’t have the flexibility in my spine.  So that only […]

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Penile Rehabilitation after Prostate or Pelvic Surgery or Radiation

Why Do Erections Stop Happening after Prostate Cancer Surgery? A common cause of ED is anything that damages, stretches or cuts nerves deep in the pelvis, which commonly happens during surgical or radiation intervention for prostate, colon or rectal cancer. It’s common for men with prostate cancer to have pre-surgical metabolic ED, yet prostate cancer […]