About Sex Therapy



Pedophilic sexual offenders are usually family, friends, or relatives of their victims. The types of pedophilic activities vary, and may include just looking at a child or undressing and touching a child. However, acts often involve oral sex or touching the genitals of the child or the offender. [...]




Vaginismus symptoms may appear during the late teen years or early adulthood when a person has sex for the first time. The condition can also happen the first time a person tries to insert a tampon or has a pelvic exam at a healthcare provider’s office. [...]


Difference Between Polygamy and Polyamory


Polyamory is the state, practice, or orientation of having multiple sexual and/or romantic relationships simultaneously, with the full knowledge and consent of everyone involved. Polygamy describes when a man has multiple wedded wives, and polyandry refers to a woman having wedded husbands. [...]

Difference Between Polygamy and Polyamory2022-09-16T16:07:52-04:00

Somatic Sex Education and Sexological Bodywork


Somatic sex education (SSE) is a kind of sex therapy that people undergo by themselves or with a partner. I t always starts with talking over a problem, but it differs from traditional sex therapy in that it focuses on the client processing how they feel in their body. [...]

Somatic Sex Education and Sexological Bodywork2022-09-16T16:07:55-04:00

Andropause – What is it?


Andropause refers to the symptoms men experience as their testosterone production levels decrease with age. After the age of 40, testosterone levels start to decline and the symptoms associated with andropause begin to manifest. Testosterone levels can also decline due to medications and lifestyle choices. [...]

Andropause – What is it?2022-09-16T16:07:56-04:00

BDSM – What is it?


BDSM is a variety of often erotic practices or roleplaying involving bondage, discipline, dominance and submission, sadomasochism, and other related interpersonal dynamics. Given the wide range of practices, some of which may be engaged in by people who do not consider themselves to be practicing BDSM, inclusion in the BDSM community or subculture often is said to depend on self-identification and shared experience. [...]

BDSM – What is it?2022-09-16T16:07:58-04:00


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