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Sexual Health

  • Dribbler or spurter? 5 common questions about male (and female) ejaculation

    Male ejaculation is often discussed purely in terms of what can go wrong. A lot of trusted information focuses only on problems or difficulties and how they can be managed. Although tackling problems can be important in helping you have a happy and satisfying sex life, there’s a lot more to ejaculation than that!

    We talk about ejaculation quite a lot – here are the answers to some of the common questions we get asked. Continue reading

  • Have you got festive "hygge" feelings?

    If you’ve not heard of the Danish concept of “hygge” (pronounced hue-gah) in the last year, it’s possible you’ve been living in a cave – which in itself may be very hyggeligt if you prefer peace and quiet!

    There’s isn’t really a direct translation, although many column inches, book pages and websites have been given over to trying. Continue reading

  • Safer sex: the pleasure factor

    Sexual health messaging can often focus on preventing bad things from happening. This can leave condoms feeling like more of a barrier to your pleasure than something to be included as part of the fun.

    In a survey we carried out for our recent Sexual Health Week, more than one-fifth of 2,000 people we spoke to across the UK said they had not used a condom in the past because they don’t enjoy sex as much with them. And 15% said they don’t like how they feel.

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  • Sexual pleasure during and after menopause

    Getting older inevitably brings changes to our bodies, some visible on the outside and others less obvious.

    During the menopause, physical changes can have an effect on the way you experience sexual pleasure and feelings of desire, but don’t feel you have to despair and give up. This doesn’t have to be ‘just how it goes’ – we know for certain that many people enjoy sex into much later life.

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  • 10 reasons we should talk more about sex: 6 to 10

    In part one of our 10 reasons we should talk more about sex we called for more pillow talk and better sex education.

    In part two we look at enjoying sex as you get older and the difference having a baby can make to your feelings of pleasure and wellbeing.

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