Squirting is a fascinating yet confusing topic, where there’s huge amounts of misinformation, due its lack of academic research, as well as inaccuracies in both academic and sex educators messaging. So in today’s edition, I answer one of the most common questions I get about squirting: What is squirting and where does it come from?
Conventional wisdom pins men as dominant and women as submissive, but is this binary truly rooted in reality, or is it a gender stereotype? What do the fantasies of Canadians reveal about our desires?
As CNM gains media attention and is labeled a privilege of the privileged, critics call it a high-class fad, but does the evidence support their claims, or are we observing a significant societal shift toward understanding love differently?
The popular narrative claims that men are inherently nonmonogamous, driven by evolution to “spread their seed,” while women are inherently monogamous, built for long-term love and attachment. Is it true?
Do you have an orgasm nearly every time you have sex? If you’re a cis-male, I’m willing to bet the answer is “yes.” And for everyone else, it’s complicated. We’ve heard that women really like foreplay – and some opt for it instead of intercourse. Some cis-males are surprised by this because according to this study referenced in this article, cis-males have an over 90% chance of… Read More
Q&A with Dr. Zhana If you don’t know me, I’m a professor of Human Sexuality at New York University and the author of Open Smarter – an online course for individuals and couples who are curious about nonmonogamy and open relationships. I have been in open relationships my whole life (first non-consensually and then consensually later in… Read More
Monogamy. We’ve heard of this; I’ll bet it’s been the norm for most of us. You know that friend of yours that has threesomes with his girlfriend and other women from time-to-time? Or that couple that flirts with others shamelessly, but never goes beyond a make-out session? Or maybe you’ve been in a LDR (long… Read More