Topics :: sexual health

Anyone Can Get HPV: Get Vaccinated or Risk Serious Health Issues

By EDGE | Friday Sep 12, 2014
A recent study released by Pediatrics has shown that while vaccination against the human papilloma virus (HPV) is highly recommended, many individuals are not receiving the necessary protection.

Track Your Health With the Sexual Activity Calendar

By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Jul 17, 2014
Boston area pharmacist Dr. Sarah Russo announced the release of a new product, The S.A.C. App,™ which helps you track your sexual health and wellness.

Get Your Kink Education with Sexpert Madam Cassie

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Jul 1, 2014
Make your own fireworks this holiday at the 2nd Annual Touch of Flavor kink conference, July 4-7 in Baltimore.

Cannabis Lube Promises Sensual Enhancement for Women

By EDGE | Monday Jun 30, 2014
Foria Pleasure is dipping into the medical marijuana market with their Cannabis Lube, a sexual aid that claims to increase female pleasure.

Atlanta Polyamory Conference is "Bringing Sexy Back"

By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Jun 4, 2014
Fans of relationship diversity will gather on June 6-8 for the Atlanta Poly Weekend, now celebrating its fourth year. This year’s theme is "Bringing Sexy Back."

Grindr Now An STD Outreach Tool

By Seth Hemelgarn | Sunday Mar 23, 2014
San Mateo County health workers have been creating fake profiles on the online hookup application Grindr to encourage more men who have sex with men to get tested for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Exercise Your Way to an Exciting Sex Life!

By Adam Winter | Saturday Mar 15, 2014
If you want to boost your libido in a natural way, then here are three key steps to ingrate into your exercise regimen.

Hula App Helps With STD Testing and Results

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Mar 11, 2014
In an effort to test for and discuss results of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), the new company Hula has launched an iPhone app that allows users to find testing centers, get their results online, then share that info with other users.

Study Reveals LGBT Youths Face Greater Cancer Risks

By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Feb 26, 2014
A new study led by City College of New York psychologist Margaret Rosario has revealed that LGBT youth are more likely to engage in behaviors associated with future cancer risks.

Growing Sideways (Sexually and Relationally)

By Chris Donaghue, Ph.D., LCSW, CS | Sunday Jan 19, 2014
Psychological health and fitness are inherently built into marginalized and minority communities due to their ability to ignore institutionalized norms, leading to a truly alternative lifestyle of choice.