Your sexuality is a complex combination of your brain, hormones, nerves, blood vessels, and soft tissues. Each component needs to function for you to become aroused and able to engage in sexual activity to reach climax. Read more

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My wife and I have been married for 6 years, and yet sex is still a mystery to us. It may be partly due to the fact that we always do it the same – I rub her clit with my fingers while moving my penis in and out of her. Read more

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Every year, I am part of a panel of “sexperts” at a national college peer education conference. Our goal: to answer as many anonymous sex questions as possible in 60 minutes. We always receive a fair number of questions on the Read more

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Are you considered a virgin if you already had sex and kids but can't feel pleasure while having sex, meaning not having an orgasm? I wrote a column recently in response to another reader question about the cultural construct of virginity.... Read more


Last weekend, I went to the Oriental Theatre to see Hysteria, a movie that covers the same ground as Sarah Ruhl's In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) and Rachel Maines' book The Technology of Orgasm (read my comments on the Milwaukee... Read more

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I've been quite worried lately about my sex life with my partner. He's great, but I can't seem to get off. I have many times before, but only with myself and from stimulating the clitoris. Could you give us some tips on how I can actually h Read more