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1st vaginal penetration: how to prepare

Dear Sex Educator: I have heard that my first time having vaginal penetration can be painful. What I can do to be prepared and to make sure I enjoy the experience? This is a great question and we have written a brochure with ideas for how to prepare for your first experience(s) with vaginal penetration. […]

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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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Vaginal atrophy, dryness, and lack of flexibility

I am postmenopausal – I have vaginal penetration issues that are severe, tearing and extreme dryness as well as progressive desensitization. I am looking for ways to renew vaginal tissue and increase elasticity. Where do I begin…massage vibrator? moisturizer? kegel exerciser? estriol creams? Begin with reading through the Vaginal Renewal program.

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How to choose Condoms and Barriers

Download a free PDF version of this brochure Condoms and other barriers (such as gloves and dams) allow people to explore their sexuality more safely. If you’ve decided to be sexual with someone else, then choosing the right barriers for your sexual play makes sense. Barriers don’t make you have sex—your choices do that. Barriers […]