For a step by step guide about how to use condoms, check out this page from WebMD. It's got great information for men and women regarding condom use and circumcision status (Whether a guy is "cut" or "uncut"), lubricant use and more.View Thread
Planned Parenthood has put together a great list of basics related to condoms. It includes information about different types of condoms, how effective they are, the benefits of condom use, and how to use condoms. Visit their site for more information.View Thread
Hollywood movies, television and magazines often highlight sex among young people in their 20s and 30s, as if those were the only people having sex! Although young adults may have more frequent sex than older adults, it doesn't mean that "young" sex is any more or less satisfying. It does, however, come with its own unique challenges and joys.
In "Better Than I Ever Expected: Straight Talk About Sex After Sixty" by Joan Price, men and women are invited to learn about the sexual experiences of older adults. Though largely focused on the female experience, both sexes can learn from the expert advice and the anecdotes. It also includes information related to menopause, loss of a partner, loss of libido, the use of sex toys and more.View Thread
If you are in an abusive relationship and fear leaving or don't know how to handle the situation, you can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline. They can provide you with help, including a shelter where you (and your children) would be safe from harm. Their number is: 1-800-799-7233.View Thread
I am currently in a commited relationship and have known my sig other for almost ten years but only dated for 5 total off and on. Now we have kids together and are soon to be married. Although this was the one for me i still felt like our relationship needed an added spice or boost in the sex department. The only way to stay sane and not step outside the box was to keep focus and try to spice it up on my own with flowers and rosepedals in the tub the whole shabang..Its up to you to make a relationship last once you two are on the same level..She then caught on to the fire that we were missing and immediately began to change each situation is different..what would you do?View Thread
Hi my name is John, and my girl friend just got the UID for birth control. We are both in the military and we dont want a kid right know, In a couple of years we will but our question is the doctor told us that the UID is the most effective birth control out there. It has been good so far, better then the previous ones. We were wondering just how effective it really is? It says on WebMd that their is no other steps needed to take to prevent pregnecy, does that mean that we have the same chance of getting pregnant if we pull out or if I go inside of her? See is realy scard cause she doesnt want a baby right now so we wont do it but I would like to and we just need some reasureance. ThanksView Thread
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After I learned my H was cheating on me (started only 1 year after we married), I also learned he'd cheated on his first wife their entire marriage (32 years), with one affair 20 years long... I was heartbroken, thought I'd been careful the second time around - long dating, engagement, etc...
I would not have survived without the helpful group on SurvivingInfidelity.com (SI)
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It doesn't matter that these were "only" one night stands - she broke your faith, made you doubt your sexual prowess, and called into question your entire life (was it a lie?).
You *will* get past this - one way or another. Folks on SI say that to save a marriage the unfaithful partner MUST talk about it - it is the only way the betrayed heals...
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