Sex and sexuality

Podcast: A Sexual Awakening at 70

Podcast: A Sexual Awakening at 70

October 30, 2015

Gather round, gather round for tales of sexual exploration, pleasure, and a sense of freedom, fulfillment and finding oneself. This episode of ASHA’s Sex+Health podcast features a chat with Lynn Brown Rosenberg, author of My Sexual Awakening at 70: And What Led Me Here. Here’s a tease (see what we did there?), the author herself […]

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Podcast: Breathing New Life into Your Sexual Relationship

Podcast: Breathing New Life into Your Sexual Relationship

July 16, 2015

In this latest episode in ASHA’s Sex+Health podcast, ASHA’s Fred Wyand talks to Walker Thornton, M.Ed, about reigniting the spark your sex life and communicating about sexual pleasure. Thornton writes extensively about sexuality, sexual relationships, sexual health, and caregiving, with a special focus on sexual health and aging. Listen to the podcast below.   ASHA’s […]

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Sexually Transmitted Infections Awareness Month

Sexually Transmitted Infections Awareness Month

March 31, 2015

Each April, ASHA recognizes STD Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): There are 20 million new STI cases in the U.S. every year The medical costs for these new cases are $16 billion Adding the new cases each year with existing infection, there are an estimated 110 million total […]

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Do You Have to Be Turned on to Have Sex?

Do You Have to Be Turned on to Have Sex?

December 31, 2014

Guest Post by Evelyn Resh. Resh is a certified sexuality counselor and a certified nurse-midwife with over 20 years of experience as an integrative health and sexuality practitioner. She has also written for many websites including Oprah.com and The Huffington Post. Her books include Women, Sex, Power, and Pleasure: Getting the life (and Sex) You Want […]

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Is Pornography Addictive?

Is Pornography Addictive?

December 30, 2014

By Fred Wyand When I was growing up in small towns, porn (at least of the variety offered to heterosexual men) wasn’t that hard to find. There was always an X-rated theater not far away, Playboy and Penthouse were in most of the convenience stores, and so on. The selection was limited though, and acquiring […]

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Could Your Sex Life Be Better?

Could Your Sex Life Be Better?

November 18, 2014

A survey released today by the American Sexual Health Association, Men’s Health Network, HealthyWomen, and Pfizer looks at a curious disconnect: people believe that sexual health is important but are so shy about the topic they often avoid discussing it altogether. The survey—conducted by Kelton—was done with over 3,000 men and women in long-term relationships where […]

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New National Sexual Health Survey Reveals Barriers to Addressing Issues

New National Sexual Health Survey Reveals Barriers to Addressing Issues

November 17, 2014

Why aren’t couples talking about sex? Despite increasing public acceptance of sex as an everyday topic and a trend towards more empowered health consumers, people continue to feel uncomfortable talking about sexual health issues—even behind closed doors. A new national survey from the American Sexual Health Association, in partnership with Men’s Health Network, HealthyWomen and […]

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Five Tips For Keeping The Sexy and The Passionate in Long Term Relationship

Five Tips For Keeping The Sexy and The Passionate in Long Term Relationship

October 24, 2014

By Pamela Madsen Despite being a published sexuality expert who works with countless women and their partners, I’m always my own best case study. I have written and been public about many parts of my own sexuality. Most of my sexuality has occurred in a long term, mostly monogamous marriage of more than 30 years. […]

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