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 By Howard Brown This month we’re talking about sexual health and you. How you can get to know your body and get to know yourself. September is Sexual Health Awareness Month. According to the American Sexual Health Association, sexual health must go beyond outdated views of simply avoiding disease or unplanned pregnancy and should include experiencing pleasure and intimacy when desired, along with respecting the sexual rights we all share. As you think about what sexual health means, you should try to think about your own definitions of sex and how that relates to your body. Much like general physical and mental...

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Things are about to heat up in here! Erotic Language & Sex Therapist Jaiya on The HEAL Podcast Kelly and Sex Coach and Pleasure Expert Jaiya talk about sex and healing, and how to enhance intimacy and pleasure through learning your and your partner's erotic blueprint language.  Just like the Five Love Languages, Jaiya has created The Erotic Blueprint Quiz to find out your erotic language.  Intimacy and chemistry with your partner or with a future partner can improve drastically just by understanding their blueprint!  And also, Jaiya shines a light on the shame and cultural beliefs that have been imposed onto pleasure and...

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Teens are influenced by their parents’ values, beliefs, and expectations of appropriate behavior. Research has largely focused on mothers. However, recent findings suggest that fathers may parent in ways that differ from mothers, and therefore represent an additional opportunity to support the health and well-being of their teens—separate from the influence of mothers.     What can fathers do to help their teens avoid sexual risk behaviors? CDC researchers reviewed published studies and identified ways fathers influence teen sexual risk behaviors.1 The following selected actions reflect recommendations from experts in the field: Monitor and supervise your teen to provide guidance,...

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  Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection. It is caused by a type of bacteria known as Treponema pallidum. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2006, more than 36,000 cases of syphilis were reported in the United States (CDC). According to statistics from the Mayo Clinic, the rate of syphilis among homosexual men has been rising consistently since 2000 (Mayo). The first sign of syphilis is a small, painless sore. It can appear on your sexual organs, rectum, or inside your mouth. This sore is called a chancre. Often, people fail to notice it right away....

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