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Volume 7 - Issue 1
Our sexual health section strives to provide you with the latest trends and information. In these pages, you will find discoveries in reproductive health, breaking news on HIV and solutions for erectile dysfunction. Whether you are a sex ed teacher or just interested in women’s sexual health (or male sexual health), our health team can offer you insight.

To Decrease Erectile Dysfunction: “Use It or Lose It”

A study from Finnish researchers reveal that frequent sexual activities will help decrease a man’s chances of developing erectile dysfunction. “Anything you can do to bring blood to the penis is beneficial,” whether it’s masturbation or engaging in intercourse

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Virginity Pledges

By Sexherald Staff

Virginity pledges—oral or written promises to abstain from sexual activity until marriage—have become a hallmark of abstinence-only sex education (AOSE) programs. In order to qualify for funding, AOSE programs are required to adhere to an eight-point plan, which includes banning teachers from mentioning contraceptive methods and safer-sex practices, other than to emphasize...
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Love is All Around Us: An Interview with Dr. Ava Cadell

By SexHerald Staff

Dr. Ava Cadell isn’t your normal clinical sexologist. Apart from being a keen businesswoman, her belief in the purity of love has enabled her to create a most unique sort of university where potential love coaches (think: life coach and just replace “life” with “love”) are trained to help couples with their love lives.
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Too Much Sex-Toy Usage!

Q: My girlfriend keeps buying all these sex toys, and sometimes I get the feeling she prefers them over me. I guess that’s fine since she’s having fun. But my question is: Would all these mechanical replacements make her less sensitive to something more mundane, per se, my penis to the point where she won’t enjoy having sex with me anymore?

A: That’s a good question.
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Did You Know...?

Birth-control pills reduce the chance of ovarian cancers, particularly when a woman uses them for three years or more. Scientists say, after numerous studies have been conducted, that women who ovulate throughout their lifetime with few children and have not taken birth control have a higher risk of ovarian cancer. They postulate women who take birth control for an extended period of time have slimmer chances of contracting the disease because they don’t undergo unnecessary ovulation.

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O'My Lubricant: Natural, Passion Fruit, Strawberry Cheesecake 4 oz.
Manufacturer: O'My Products
Sexherald Staff

With so many high-quality sex lubes out there today, it can be difficult for a newcomer to differentiate itself from its shelf-mates. O’My has entered the fray with a wide variety of lubes: silicone and water-based, flavored and “natural.” First, the “natural” flavor. Where a lot of unflavored lubes go wrong is by including some ingredient that, while not a “flavor,” leaves a taste in your mouth or a smell on your hands that kills the mood. One of my favorite lubes tastes like tonic water.
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Touch Me There: A Hands-On Guide to Your Orgasmic Hot Spots
Author: Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright
By Layla Tichtchenko

Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright writes a very clear, concise guide to orgasmic hot spots. Touch Me There explains the methods by which to arouse your partner. It also details the nerve sensations and how they interconnect in the pelvic region of both the male and female anatomy. She tells you how every body part can be stimulated from neck to knees. Using your fingers and your mouth to prod and poke
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