We are so grateful for our readers as November ends. You guys supplied us with some really wonderful and thought-provoking questions about bacteria, sex toy recycling, prostate massagers, and whole bunch of other stuff this month. So, thank to you and without further ado, please read on for November 2014’s Reader Questions.
We’ve covered condoms in fine art, but what about the vagina’s role in the wooly world of performance art knitting?
Q: Can men get yeast infections? I am a female and I have a yeast infection. Will my boyfriend get it if we have sex?
When it comes to vaginal health– what are the do’s and don’ts?
Vaginal Contraceptive Film (VCF) is a little, clear, rectangularly-shaped contraceptive device that is widely available to the general public and yet is often an unknown option when it comes to protection.
We’ve discussed latex and lube allergies before, but what if you’ve ruled those things out and you are still experiencing the symptoms of an allergic reaction? Well, believe it or not, it is possible to be allergic to sperm.
Determining when fertility begins after a pregnancy can be a bit complicated. Can a mother who is breastfeeding become pregnant? How can post-delivery dryness be overcome?
When that inner-hypochondriac kicks in and the anxiety level starts to rise, things that are pretty insignificant and harmless on the human body, like Fordyce spots, can promptly take over the psyche and become a source of obsession.
Bacterial vaginosis, or BV is, as the name suggests, a bacterial infection of the vagina.