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He needs answers.
1. Hey, why don't we put a towel down?  He knows what's up. He's surfed your crimson wave before, and he knows doing that is less World Surf League and more Blake Lively in The Shallows. He's just
As if we don't have enough to worry about...
For some reason, there are still those who refuse to acknowledge that pulling out and keeping track of your ovulation days aren't good enough techniques when it comes to avoiding pregnancy. In fact, though the chances of you getting pregnant are
From 'Oh crap' to 'Eh, it's fine. Let's do this.'
American Beauty/Dreamworks1. "Oh, crap, of course I get my period the day I'm supposed to have sex."  I know it's not the last time in the world I'll ever be able to have sex, but I wanted to
Keep bleeding love.
Some rough math points out that the average woman will spend about 6.25 years of her life on her period. That's such a long time. And it seems even longer if you consider those 6.25 years as a sex
Because bleeding from your vagina isn't enough for your body to deal with.
While it's common knowledge that women can experience bloating and cramping around their time of the month, how else does having a period affect your bowel movements and pooping habits? Dr. Clare Morrison and Dr. Ellie Cannon have the answers."For
Basically another HUGE reason why orgasms are great.
Period sex is one of those taboo subjects that no one wants to talk about, but deep down, everyone wants to know the deets. Cosmopolitan UK asked women's menstrual health app Clue to find out exactly what you need to know