When you’re starting a new sexual relationship, and waiting for STD test results to come back, it can be hard to keep your cool.
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Male contraception is a hot topic in male rights community, especially with Vasalgel being in the testing stages this year. But, until it’s approved, men still have less options when it comes to contraception than women do. For this reason, vasectomies continue to remain a popular choice with those who do not wish to have […]
Were you ever told to pee immediately after sex? There’s a reason for that.
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While gonorrhea is a curable STD, it often goes unnoticed, as it does not always exhibit symptoms– especially in women, and can lead to other more serious problems if it’s not treated right away.
The HIV genome has been isolated and removed from human DNA during a breakthrough scientific trial this month.
Whether you are comfortable incorporating the male G-Spot into your sex life or not, the male prostate (P-Spot) is a highly sensitive area of the reproductive system that can be the source of great pleasure.
In July of 2012, the FDA approved an HIV treatment pill called Truvada to be taken daily by uninfected people. Truvada acts as a pre-exposure prophylaxis.
Hopefully, you already know about HPV, the skin-to-skin sexually transmitted virus with over 40 distinct subtypes, some of which can cause oral, anal or cervical cancer or genital warts.
The post-casual hookup high can lead to strutting, glowing, giggling, high fives and winking, but all this celebratory behavior can quickly dissipate when you look down at your crotch and see something mysterious, which wasn’t there prior to intercourse.