Q: My husband and I stopped having sex when I was going through a rough time (yeast infection + depression + recovering from trauma). I needed the break because it got to the point that I was feeling physically ill at just the thought of sex. Read More “How Do I Start Having Sex Again?”
I am unable to contain my excitement that MSCL is finally on Netflix! When I first started recapping this show in December, it was available on Hulu. Then it disappeared from there, and for several weeks your fearless recapper had to watch it in 10-minute increments on YouTube. Read More My So-Called Life: Now on Netflix!
“You’re weird.” Ouch. Who knew two little words could hurt so much? When it comes to sex (or anything vaguely sexual), a lot of us have been made to feel, well, ashamed of it, which is total bullshit. Read More Let’s Talk Sex: Weirdos, Freaks, and Prudes.
Today’s Ask STFUJ is short and sweet, check it out below the cut! Read More Ask STFU Jezzies – 2/10
Q: I’m having some trouble with a new partner of mine not respecting my boundaries. I have told him repeatedly not to leave visible bite marks/hickeys on my neck/upper chest, but he keeps doing it. I think that part of the problem is that I enjoy being bitten hard, so when even though I’ve told him outside the bedroom that it’s not ok, he assumes that because it feels good while we’re having sex that it’s ok to do. Read More Boundaries and Biting: “What Should I Do?”
Even though we understand why New Year’s resolutions are not beneficial to or beloved by everyone, both of us really enjoy them. Resolutions can offer an opportunity to revamp parts of your life you feel need some change, or they can simply help you be more mindful of certain things. And one aspect of life you may want to change, improve, or reflect on is your sex life. Read More A New Year of Sex
We want to preface our response to this question with the reminder that neither of us are medical professionals of any kind. All of our ideas should be taken as suggestions of things to read more about on your own and/or to bring up to your doctor rather than actual diagnoses.