Skip navigation! Story from Sex. You're deep into the heavy-petting stage of foreplay when your partner slides their hand down your body and into your pants. As they push your underwear aside, they say, "Oh my god, you're so wet. Your Bartholin's glands are working extra hard today. But that's technically wrong.
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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Sara Coughlin. As physical phenomenons go, " blue balls " seems to get undue attention, particularly when it comes to the dangers of letting it go untreated , so to speak. Luckily, Cristen Conger of Stuff Mom Never Told You has stepped in to put that myth — and the idea that it's only a problem for penises — completely to rest. Of course, the sensation commonly described as "blue balls" isn't total fiction.
By Brooke M. This recommendation is especially important in cases of elusive health conditions that may be unfamiliar to most patients and even to some HCPs. In Part 1 of this two-part series, readers learned that persistent genital arousal disorder PGAD involves unwanted, unwarranted, persistent symptoms of genital arousal that frequently border on pain. In many cases, these symptoms are debilitating. In part 2 of this series, two women share their personal experiences with PGAD.
Vaginal vs. In our increasingly digital world, sex and female body image are often misrepresented. Yet, sex makes people happy and plays an important role in social bonding as well as mental and physical health. So, it's time to demystify common misconceptions about the female sex organs and their role in sexual pleasure. We shine a spotlight on how the vagina, vulva, and clitoris work, as well as on what is currently known about the elusive G-spot and the female orgasm.