Just a mention of the word might send shivers down your spine. It’s a scary prospect. After all, you promised that you’d stay together for better or worse.
The first few days of marriage can feel like living in a dream! Even if you have been with your spouse for years, it may seem like a fresh chapter in your life.
In the excitement of being in love, it can be hard to think straight and make sensible choices. You may have trouble deciding if it’s right to tie the knot.
Fertility is a word to describe whether someone is capable of making a child. For a woman this refers to the health of your eggs and ability to get and stay pregnant.
If you don’t want to get pregnant – or don’t want your partner to get pregnant – you need to use birth control, also called contraception or family planning.
Sexual difficulties are very common for men of all ages. Common guy problems include premature ejaculation or delayed ejaculation – either coming much sooner or much later than you’d like.
When you get sexually aroused your vagina becomes wetter, which makes it smooth and slippery. With more stimulation, you could climax (orgasm).
Society and the media often ignore people with disabilities – especially when it comes to sex. But people with disabilities fall in love and have sex lives.
Do you feel like you’ve given your relationship your all, but it’s not working? Or you grew apart? Then it’s probably time to consider ending the relationship.
Abuse comes in many forms – physical, emotional, or sexual. Abusive relationships can be hard to recognise.
Sexual harassment can be all sorts of things. In general, it happens in all situations in which a person doesn’t respect your limits.