Even some of the most sexually adventurous uterus owners can feel a little overwhelmed when it comes to period sex. This isn’t surprising, giving the taboo placed around periods and the ultra-squeamish nature of people who don’t have periods. But if you’re one of the many people who feels more frisky than usual when you’re bleeding (yes, this is a thing), you should be able to get it on, sans cringing from your S.O. If your guy (or gal), isn’t thrilled with the idea of messy period sex it may be time to have “the talk” and give them the...

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How to Talk to Your Partner About Period Sex
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At Project Consent, we think that consent is simple - if it’s not yes, it’s no. Consent must be present to participate in any form of interaction, and it is the only way to know that everyone is in agreement with the following actions. For consent to be given, the person must not be guilted, pressured, or coerced into saying yes. Manipulation, of any shape or size, is a form of non-consent. Consent is what makes sex an enjoyable experience! Planned Parenthood defines consent as: Clear Freely given Informed Changeable Enthusiastic   Consent has to be communicated by all parties,...

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What is Consent?
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Orgasm. The Big O. Coming. Climax. It really doesn’t matter what you call it, the process is all the same. When you get turned on during foreplay or while browsing the Men & Coffee Instagram feed (that can’t be just me, right?), the blood flow to your vagina and clitoris increases. During this time, the walls of your vagina begin to secrete lubrication. As you have sex or masturbate, you’ll feel tension in the nerves and muscles in your pelvic area. Then, if you orgasm (not all women do but we’ll get to that), your uterus, vagina, and anus contract...

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Vaginal Orgasms, Demystified
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We've all had the "birds and bees" talk by now, right? Sperm meets egg, fetus is created, 9 months later a baby is born. Of course, it's not as simple as that but you get the picture. What we don't talk about nearly enough is that your genitals and sexual organs aren't just about reproductive health. They're also designed (some more than others) to make you feel good.  When you have a good knowledge of which parts of your body are meant to make you feel good, it's easier to understand what turns you on (and off). And that is powerful. Getting to know your...

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The Anatomy of Pleasure
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