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As age-old stigmas are being broken down, technologies spanning digital platforms and AI are popping up left and right. More Women of Color tech founders are disrupting the technology world.
Whether you are with someone new or in a relationship, it's always a good sign of a healthy exchange when you talk seriously and honestly about sex.
Sex Influencers to Follow
Earlier this year, BLAC published a list of four Black sexologists that offer the best sex advice. It was one of our most popular posts because we know that Black sex educators are, and always have been, on the front lines of the sexual freedom.
Pleasure is a Healthy Part of Sex:
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we must take our pleasures where we can find them. This is nowhere truer than with sex.
IS YOUR VIBRATOR DESENSITIZING YOUR CLIT?
Holiday season is upon us and if you're like me, it means spending more time alone to so the things we've been missing out on all year. Catching up on sex is one of those things and a good sex life often involves sex toys whether solo and partnered sex.
IS YOUR VIBRATOR DESENSITIZING YOUR CLIT?
“You will learn to focus your mind on the things you want to focus on.”
Pleasure is a Healthy Part of Sex:
After all, no one should ever be pressured into doing something they don’t want to do. But if you want to give dirty talk a try to spice up your bedroom romance, then take note of a few tips to get your started. Here's How to Talk Dirty 101.
Pleasure is a Healthy Part of Sex:
Acupuncture can improve your sex life by improving things like blood flow and circulation, especially for Black women.
Pleasure is a Healthy Part of Sex:
We’ve gathered some Black sex therapists and educators who are helping Black folks rediscover their sexuality and enjoy pleasure.
Pleasure is a Healthy Part of Sex:
Did you know that sex furniture is a thing? Well, it is, and here are a few Black-owned brands that can get you started.
sexually transmitted diseases
Symptoms vary but may include painful urination, lower abdominal pain or pain during sex.
Famika Edmond
The Detroit Health Department community outreach specialist will engage communities of color to spread awareness about HIV, sexual health and reproductive rights.
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