“You are Your Safest Sex Partner”
Articles for learning:
Masturbation (Masturbation Effects on Your Health: Side Effects and Benefits)
Orgasm (Everything you need to know about orgasms)
Sex Toys (Is Your Sex Toy Safe? The Best & Worst Sex Toy Materials)
Ethical Porn (Your Guide To Ethical Porn: What Makes It Different & Where To Find It)
Adult Bedtime Stories, Authentic Sex with Juliet Allen, Clit Talk, Fangasm, Foreplay Radio — Couples & Sex Therapy, Masturbation Monday, Stuff Mom Never Told You, The Dildorks, The V Word
“The people you live with are your second best sex partner”
Four ways to strengthen couples’ relationships now (Ways to nourish the best in a partnership during COVID-19)
Coronavirus FAQs: What Are The New Dating Rules? And What About Hooking Up?
Long-distance dating during a pandemic (Kiss me through the phone: Having fun with your long-distance relationship during the pandemic)
COVID-19 and Sexuality: Reinventing Intimacy (scholarly article)
Anybody can be abstinent, no matter your age, gender, sexuality, or the sexual experiences you’ve had before. People are abstinent off and on for reasons that may change over time, and a few are abstinent their whole lives. You can choose to be abstinent whenever you want, even if you’ve had sex before.
For some people, abstinence means not having any kind of sex. For other people, abstinence-only means not having vaginal sex, but other sexual activities are allowed.