It’s on! March is Sexual Pleasure Month and the focus is #PleasureIsHealthy! Pleasure has many benefits: sex helps you sleep better, reduces stress and increases happiness. Sex and orgasm actually release chemicals that our bodies love.
It’s here! March is Sexual Pleasure Month and the focus is #PleasureIsHealthy! Pleasure has many benefits: sex helps you sleep better, reduces stress and increases happiness. Sex and orgasm actually release chemicals that our bodies love.
We can experience the benefits of pleasure with or without a partner, too, so here’s a plug for masturbation as a normal, natural, healthy practice! There’s no one “right way” to have sex and we hope you’ll use some of our resources this month and beyond to explore the many approaches to pleasure and satisfaction we believe you so richly deserve. Enjoy!
We’re all different. What turns you on (or off)? What are your fantasies? Take a look at our #PleasureIsHealthy overview page for tips on having great sex with or without a partner.
In this episode of ASHA’s podcast we chat with Dr. Logan Levkoff on the value of pleasure not only in a relationship but as part of our overall well-being. Whether alone or with a partner, sexual pleasure is good for you!
There are all kinds of relationships we can choose to enter. What are you looking for? Committed or non-committed? Friendly or romantic? Our primer on sex and relationships covers the range from casual relationships to life partnerships.
This is a big one. Communication is key in getting the sex and pleasure you want and there is much to talk about with your partners. How do you start the conversation? Read on!
The World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) published a Declaration of Sexual Pleasure during their World Congress in Mexico City last fall. It’s a bold statement for sure and makes it clear that governments, media, health authorities, and, really, all of us should “Promote sexual pleasure in law and policy as a fundamental part of sexual health and well-being…”
Sexual difficulties are common for both men and women and the good news is there are solutions. It’s smart to ask for help when needed and this episode of ASHA’s Sexual Health TV shows you just how to begin.