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  ·  The Lily

16 Terms to Help You Better Understand Sexual Health

When it comes to health issues below the belt, there can be confusion and shame. Pussypedia, a bilingual database of sexual health, is here to answer every question about your vagina you've ever had. NCSH spokeswoman, Dr. Jessica Atrio, is quoted.

  ·  SheKnows

Why The Brain Is Our Most Important Sex Organ

A big part of our sex lives is defined by the things we have learned about sex, by how we think about sex and by what we believe about relationships. NCSH spokeswoman, Dr. Logan Levkoff, discusses how our minds can affect our sexuality.

  ·  SheKnows

Sexual Health in Your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s & Beyond

Each decade has its own challenges that can get in the way of your best sexual self. NCSH member Dr. Katharine O'Connell White discusses common issues women face as they go from teenager to postmenopausal.

  ·  Refinery 29

So, You Hooked Up With An Old Fling — Now What?

Hooking up with a dormant crush when you're home for the holidays can be a hilarious and excruciatingly awkward situation. NCSH arranged an interview with Dr. Logan Levkoff, who shares some key tips to navigating this situation.

  ·  Refinery 29 - Gender Nation

We Need To Talk About LGBTQ Students & Sex Ed

Sex education fails to be comprehensive, often neglecting subjects like consent and pleasure, and is often particularly unhelpful for LGBT students. Noreen Giga from GLSEN talks about the importance of including LGBTQ issues in sex ed in a positive way.

  ·  Glamour

What Does It Mean to Be Pansexual?

Pansexuality is a sexual identity used to describe those who could be potentially attracted to all people, regardless of gender. Becca Mui from GLSEN, an NCSH member, speaks on the topic.

  ·  The List

Birth control mistakes you never knew you were making

Many women use some form of birth control at some point over the course of their lives. But there are some surprising mistakes women make that they never thought would qualify as a mistake. NCSH spokeswoman Dr. Katharine O'Connell White is quoted.

  ·  Shape

The Best Way to Clean Your Vibrator

According to a study, about 14% of women have never cleaned their vibrators before or after use. NCSH spokeswoman and member Tyomi Morgan speaks on the importance of cleaning your vibrator.

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