This article provides some clarity surrounding our porn culture, the different types of pornography out there, and tips on how to be porn literate!
Just like alcohol, drugs can affect your decisions and abilities before, during and after sex. It is important to learn more about drugs and their side effects to educate yourself. Confi does not endorse the use of drugs, but if you decide to add them to your sex life, this article will help you understand the risks and what to expect.
Vaginal sex is the oftentimes the most talked about form of sexual intercourse, however, do you know the facts about vaginal sex, pleasure, and all of the positions. Learn more about clear communications, post-sex information and “How much sex are people having?” Get advice from the Confi community, too!
Many mental and physical disabilities can make feeling comfortable with your body and sexuality tricky, and can get in the way of having the sex life you want. Here are some tips for modifying sex, handling common problems and concerns, and communicating with your partner about your or their disability.
What are Kegel exercises for and how do you actually do them (25% of women don’t know how)? How many reps should you do and what kind of results can you expect? Let the strengthening begin!
Have you or your partner ever had trouble keeping an erection hard enough for sex? You’re not alone — 32% of young men said erectile issues were their main concern. Find out more about possible causes and solutions here.
Oral sex is becoming more common, and many have asked what people actually like best or how to become more comfortable doing it. Read more to see survey results and expert tips.
#1 advice women say they wish they knew when they were younger: masturbate more (and stop feeling guilty!). Learn how-to tips and the benefits of getting to know your body.
Best kept secret: those who use lubricant LOVE it! How wet you are does not equal sexual desire and definitely doesn’t represent your womanhood. If you’ve never tried it, you gotta read this — research shows lubricant increases sexual satisfaction for most women.