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Check me out on PornHub…

…but not in the way you think!

As you may have heard, PornHub has launched its own Sexual Wellness Center. It’s really exciting to see a company with a huge reach like PornHub take an active role in the sex education sphere.

And I’m excited to announce that I am contributing content to their center based on #legitsexscience! You can keep an eye on anything I publish with them over here.

So far, I’ve published two pieces. The first one is perfect for anyone who’s ever been curious about attending a play party. Is it an all-out orgy? Are people using substances? Do only straight people go? Find out the answers to all those: What Happens at a Play Party?

My most recent piece revisits some of the research I previously posted on Volonte, and tackles one of my favorite questions: Are open relationships right for you? A lot of people find themselves in a specific style of relationship without ever having really thought about it. If you find yourself suddenly wondering if non-monogamy might be the right choice for you, check out the article to help you investigate if it’s a good fit! And if you’d like to dig even deeper, check out my webinar that will guide you through that exploration.

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