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Sex Talk: Condoms aren’t just for men

Everybody knows about condoms — or everybody should, but today I want to shine a light on female condoms. Female or vaginal condoms are latex or nitrile pouches that one can insert into the vagina (or rear) to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection. These ...

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Sex Talk: 3 rules to safe intercourse

The wait is over. The time has come … for me to discuss proper anal technique. This goes out to everyone who participates in this form of intercourse – I’m talking men, women, nonbinary, etc. My main concern with writing this is safety. First of ...

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Sex Talk: Sex toys and you, an introduction

Mankind is a highly inventive and creative species. Couple this with it’s sex drive, and you get the sex toy. If you are reading this, you may be thinking, “I am but a poor college student! What business have I buying such trinkets?” Well, I ...

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Sex Talk: The ethics of watching pornography

Get ready, today we’re going to talk about pornography. Many of you reading this are more than likely at least familiar with the concept. Some of you might consider yourselves avid fans, while others might be completely opposed to porn. Both of these viewpoints, in ...

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Sex Talk: Stop with the slut-shaming

Slut-shaming is a big problem nowadays, and by now it really shouldn’t be. One thing about being brought up in a problematic world is that we often have to stop and think, “Why do I think the way I do about certain things?” Sure, it ...

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Sex Talk: Opening up communication

Greetings! This week I have a wonderful, joyous announcement. It’s the moment you have all been waiting for – I am very happy and excited to announce that this very column has an ask.fm account! Many weeks ago when this sex column began, you may ...

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Breaking the barriers around asexuality

This week, the spotlight is on asexuality, because there are so many assumptions and misconceptions about the subject. Asexuality is defined as little or lack of sexual attraction or desire. This, however, is not a complete definition, nor does it apply to everyone who identifies ...

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