Not So Fast: Women Who Have Premature Orgasms Explain How They Deal
Premature orgasm doesn't only affect men. Here's how women who come early found help through masturbation, edging, and being open with their partners.
We Looked Into the Kits You Can Use to Test Your Drugs
Drug checking is part of a harm-reduction approach that emphasizes reducing the negative impact of drug use rather than telling people not to use them—which usually doesn’t work.
I Asked a Therapist Why I Prefer Long-Distance Relationships
Am I just an independent spirit, or do I have some deep, subconscious anxiety around intimacy?
Living With It
When Support Groups Make You Feel Worse
Support groups are meant to offer the insight of others who "get it," but for some people, they can be terrifying—or depressing.
Some People Relive Psychedelic Trips Years Later
Recreational users of drugs like LSD and mushrooms don’t always find psychedelic flashbacks upsetting, though.
I Went to a Sex Resort to Try and Learn to Be 'Monogamish'
Apparently, you can have an open relationship without being totally polyamorous.
Living With It
How I Finally Found Relief for What Felt Like a Chronic UTI
I went on walks and talked to my bladder. “You’re the best bladder in the world,” I told it.
What to Do When Worrying Keeps You Awake
Advice from experts on pushing away those anxiety-inducing thoughts when you're trying to fall asleep.
People Are Putting Frog Venom Under Their Skin as a Type of Cleanse
The science behind a ritual that aims to purge your body and mind of impurities.
This Pop Star Turned Her Orgasm Into a Song
When musician Von reflected on her close relationship with her vibrator, she decided to immortalize it by creating music using her orgasm's unique vibration patterns.
Some People's Orgasms Are Actually a Series of Short Ones
Some women who think they’ve never had an orgasm could actually be "mini-orgasmic."
Why Some People Are Better Than Others at Falling Asleep on a Plane
Are you one of the chosen ones?