Sex-Sexuality Resources & Information
Women think it. Men think it. Adults and definitely teenagers think it. What is it?
"Everyone is having more sex than me!"
The amazing thing is, even in the new millennium, men, women, parents, teens still have trouble talking about it and obtaining good factual information about sex.
For those who aren't educated about sex or desire to know more, we want to help you learn as much as you can. We want to give you up-to-date information about sex and sexuality from a psychological point-of-view. Here, you'll find out what makes for good sex and bad sex. How come some people enjoy sex more than others? We even have some sex exercises to help out in that department. There's also comprehensive information about female and male sexual dysfunction, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and how to prevent them, along with lots of videos dealing with different aspects of sex.
We believe that the more you understand about sex and sexuality, the more likely you are to enjoy it and stay healthy.
Finally, if you feel like you have a problem with sex but haven't been diagnosed with a sexual dysfunction, read the information here anyway. It may help you to decide to see a doctor, sex therapist or mental health therapist for evaluation and/or treatment.
And if you're looking for support, we hope you'll join the HealthyPlace.com Support Network (our social network). It's an opportunity to share information and experiences, as well as meet others who may be dealing with the same issues as you are.
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