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What do you know about cross dressing?
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What do you know about cross dressing?

The practice of wearing the clothing of another gender figures largely in many media, literary, and popular cultural sources. In this article, we will explore cross-dressing, including its definition, how the practice is viewed differently in Eastern and Western cultures, and the psychology behind it. Simply put, cross-dressing is the name for the act of…

Listen: 16: The science of the female sex act | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 16: The science of the female sex act | Basics of Sex

Sexual behavior, the composite of physiologic, anatomic, and psycho-social factors, is unique in every individual, and therefore, no one definition of sexual behavior is universally accepted. The female sex organs make it possible for women to become pregnant and give birth to children. But they have other important jobs, too: They produce hormones, control the…

Listen: 23: Dealing with guilt and the morality of sex | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 23: Dealing with guilt and the morality of sex | Basics of Sex

Sex can be fun, liberating, and utterly wonderful, but not always. Sometimes it feels like something is missing after sex. Sometimes we think that it shouldn’t have happened or should have been different. Sex means different things to different people. Above all, it is a healthy and natural activity. It is something most people enjoy…

Listen: 15: The science of the male sex act | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 15: The science of the male sex act | Basics of Sex

Sex is the most talked-about, joked about, thought-about issue in popular culture. It is the subject of songs, movies, and even television adverts. Every grown adult is expected to know how to do it, but beyond the basic mechanics we’re not taught about it and fiction is coy. We are not short of information on…

Listen: 17: Can sexual pressures be controlled? | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 17: Can sexual pressures be controlled? | Basics of Sex

Peer pressure is always tough to deal with, especially when it comes to sex. Some teenagers decide to have sexual relationships because their friends think sex is cool. Others feel pressured by the person they are dating. Still, others find it easier to give in and have sex than to try to explain why not….

Listen: 14: Natural or artificial contraception? What teens need to know | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 14: Natural or artificial contraception? What teens need to know | Basics of Sex

You come to the point of your where you begin to realize that you are your own individual. The most obvious event in this time of your life is the development of the sexual organs and the discovery of sexual attraction. You will begin to feel things you have never felt before, you will hear…

Listen: 13: Natural contraceptive cracked: the good, the bad and the ugly | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 13: Natural contraceptive cracked: the good, the bad and the ugly | Basics of Sex

Contraception is defined as the intentional prevention of pregnancy through the use of various methods, are a type of birth control that relies on observations about the woman’s body andmenstrual cycle. These methods are sexual practices, chemicals, drugs, or surgical procedures. Thus, any device or act whose purpose is to prevent a woman from becoming…

Should you consider abstinence? Here is what you should know about it
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Should you consider abstinence? Here is what you should know about it

  Grace thought hard as she sat in the park this sunny afternoon. Her mind drifted to the visit to see her boyfriend, that visit might be the last one, this seems like the end of her relationship with Rob. She had had a fight with her boyfriend a few hours ago. He had been…

Listen: 19: What guys should know about the menstrual cycle | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 19: What guys should know about the menstrual cycle | Basics of Sex

The female reproductive system is a complex one. The major phenomenon being the Menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is a group of many different phases which prepares a woman’s body to become pregnant. It makes the uterus fertile, releasing hormones and eggs for the fertilization to take place. This article shall focus on the some…

Listen: 22: What is love and is it synonymous with sexual intercourse? | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 22: What is love and is it synonymous with sexual intercourse? | Basics of Sex

Love is involuntary. Brain science tells us it’s a drive like a thirst. It’s a craving for a specific person. Love, like thirst, will make you do strange things. It’s anaturaladdiction and treating it as addiction can help you. We were built to fall in love.The ancient Greeks called love “the madness of the gods.”…

Listen: 11: Male insecurities about their bodies and sexual performance | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 11: Male insecurities about their bodies and sexual performance | Basics of Sex

It is not news that the male ego is a fragile one and once in a while, they need reassurances. Sex and anxiety go together like socks and flip-flops; i.e. not well at all. Men feel a bit insecure, whether they are aware of this or not. When it comes to the bedroom, however, men…

Listen: 10: Let’s talk about foreplay and everything you should know about it | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 10: Let’s talk about foreplay and everything you should know about it | Basics of Sex

Foreplay has a reputation as a warm-up or leads into sex, the appetizer to the main course—which isintercourse. But maybe it’s time we stop thinking about it in such an old-school way. After all, only 30% of women can reach orgasm from penis-in-vagina penetration alone. It’s the moves we typically think of as foreplay—clitoral stroking,…

Listen: 9: Let’s talk about the LGBTQIA+ | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 9: Let’s talk about the LGBTQIA+ | Basics of Sex

Sexuality, among other things, is an individual choice. It is the portrayal of our sexual attractions and inclinations. It is in this limelight, we should understand the many diversity the LGBTQIA+ community portrays and welcomes in her fold. An understanding of this diversity will clear a lot of doubts cast on those who identify themselves…

Listen: 28: Who’s more selfish in relationships, girls or guys? | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 28: Who’s more selfish in relationships, girls or guys? | Basics of Sex

Men and women are basically entirely different species. A girl may say she hangs with the guysmore than her girlfriends or a guy may in fact be more sensitive than the average, however, they are still from completely different and separate planets. One of the biggest relationship deal-breakers is cheating. Whether it was a onetime…

The things we do indoor | Unraveling the shame around masturbation
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The things we do indoor | Unraveling the shame around masturbation

  Three years ago, Mensa, Fred, and I returned from work. We shared an apartment with another friend of ours, Teddy. As young men who had just finished the National Youth Service Corps, our hopes were high and we decided to build a career in one of Nigeria’s busiest cities. As we came home on…

Listen: 5: Female insecurities about their bodies and sexual performance | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 5: Female insecurities about their bodies and sexual performance | Basics of Sex

Insecurity pops up but should not be a stumbling block to having a wonderful sex life and relationship. In fact, if you talk to most women about the insecurities with which they struggle during sex, there’s a good chance you’ll get more than an earful from both genders. While both genders have their struggles, women,…

Listen: 4: Erogenous zones and how to keep them stimulated | Basics of Sex
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Listen: 4: Erogenous zones and how to keep them stimulated | Basics of Sex

Ever get goosebumps when a partner touches a certain part of your body? Congratulations! Your body is covered in highly sensitive areas you may never have even thought to explore. Stimulating these areas can lead to sexual response, which means you’re in for a satisfying time. These erogenous zones, as they’re called, can contribute to sexual…

3: Let’s talk about contraception, to use or not? | Basics of Sex
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3: Let’s talk about contraception, to use or not? | Basics of Sex

People use contraception for a range of reasons. In this article, let us talk about the benefits of contraception, including individual, community, and societal benefits. Contraception can be used to plan when women and couples have children and how many children they have. This includes choosing when they want to begin having children how far…

Artificial Contraceptives Cracked | Basics of Sex
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Artificial Contraceptives Cracked | Basics of Sex

Contraceptives are the various drugs, techniques, or devices which are used to prevent pregnancy. Hence they are birth control methods that try to stop this happening by: keeping the egg and sperm apart stopping egg production stopping the combined sperm and egg (fertilized egg) attaching to the lining of the womb. You can read more…

Who’s more selfish in relationships, girls or guys?
Gender Issues | Opinion | Sex Education

Who’s more selfish in relationships, girls or guys?

Men and women are basically entirely different species. A girl may say she hangs with the guys more than her girlfriends or a guy may in fact be more sensitive than the average, however, they are still from completely different and separate planets. One of the biggest relationship deal-breakers is cheating. Whether it was a onetime fling…

What is love and is it synonymous with sexual intercourse?
Opinion | Sex Education

What is love and is it synonymous with sexual intercourse?

Love is involuntary.  Brain science tells us it’s a drive like thirst.  It’s a craving for a specific person.  Love, like thirst, will make you do strange things. It’s a natural addiction and treating it like an addiction can help you. We were built to fall in love. The ancient Greeks called love “the madness of the gods.” …

Unbundling sex, sexuality, sexual identity and sexual orientations
Gender Issues | Sex Education

Unbundling sex, sexuality, sexual identity and sexual orientations

Sex Talking about sex and sexuality could be tiring because it is a broad topic. Asides intercourse, sex is “a label assigned at birth based on the reproductive organs you’re born with.” It’s generally how we divide society into two groups, male and female. Also note that there people born with both male and female reproductive organs….

The science of the female sex act
Sex Education

The science of the female sex act

Sexual behavior, which comprises physiologic, anatomic, and psycho-social factors, is unique in every individual, and therefore, no one definition of sexual behavior is universally accepted. The female sex organs make it possible for women to become pregnant and give birth to children. But they have other important jobs, too: They produce hormones, control the process…

Sexual shenanigans: who does it better, male or female?
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Sexual shenanigans: who does it better, male or female?

Being bold, ‘dirty talks’, ‘being naughty’. There are a lot of terms are used to describe ways to spice a sexual activity or become kinky. Being sexually dominated, having sex with multiple people at once, watching someone undress without their knowledge. These are just a few of the totally normal sexual fantasies uncovered by recent research published in…

Natural contraceptive cracked: the good, the bad and the ugly
Sex Education

Natural contraceptive cracked: the good, the bad and the ugly

Contraception is defined as the intentional prevention of pregnancy through the use of various methods, are a type of birth control that relies on observations about the woman’s body and menstrual cycle. These methods are sexual practices, chemicals, drugs, or surgical procedures. Thus, any device or act whose purpose is to prevent a woman from becoming…