Ensuring that all people—and especially young people—have a complete and accurate understanding of how sexuality can shape and affect us is a necessary and moral thing to do.
Carnival is about body positivity and resistance. But we need that freedom of physical expression all year long—and in school curricula and the broader culture.
This Week in Sex: Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage Linked to Drop in Teen Suicide Attempts, and Syphilis in the White House?
Laws allowing same-sex couples to wed may have reduced the stigma against such unions and given adolescents some extra glimmer of hope. And, in other news, a doctor speculates that President Trump has a sexually transmitted infection—without ever examining the commander in chief.
A new study finds many women have some discomfort during intercourse; running for exercise can pay off in the bedroom; and one day, you might be able to control a vibrator by brain power alone.
Artist Sarah Winifred Searle's personal journey through diagnosis of a sexually transmitted infection, stigma, and treatment highlights the importance of accessible and affordable health care for all.
In The Mother of All Questions, Solnit draws on an equation that has preoccupied women writers from Virginia Woolf to Audre Lorde: that silence is a form of marginalization.