Painful sex is something that a lot of readers contact me about – usually from young women with vaginas experiencing pain after trying penis in vagina sex (also known as intercourse or, to some people, as ‘sex’). So that’s what this is about. I’ll tell you the causes of why sex can be painful which should give you some advice about having sex without pain. A lot of this may also be true for painful anal sex.
Read this carefully if you are struggling with your body at the minute, hopefully you might find it helpful but it might also be difficult. The whole thing is about how we feel about our bodies but I don’t go into any detail about weight, diets or anything like that.
Your genitals are unique, as you can see in these drawings (by the most excellent Stuart F. Taylor). Warning, genital drawings ahead!
Although there is no bone in the human penis (I’m only doing Sex Ed for humans here I’m afraid) you can break your penis.
Lots of people struggle with having a small dick. It’s not a surprise, because we all taught that dick size is very important – particularly if you’re a man.
How you can feel more satisfied with your penis size, how you can make your penis feel a bit bigger and why having it’s not a biggie having a biggie.
A guide to balls. How ejaculation works, testicular cancer, ball checks, prostate gland, G spot and ‘pre cum’