Sex Drive

People do not need to be angry and yell for it to count as a conflict. A conflict is simply a struggle that happens when the people involved can’t agree on a way to meet both of their goals or needs.

Sex Drive
How can you tell what type of sex drive is normal? What if your sex drive is different than your partner’s? Read more to find out about differing sexual desires, what impacts it, and how to work together in relationships.
It’s totally normal to fantasize and there are many ways to “use” fantasies. We show how common each genre is and how to talk to your partner about it.
What is Consent
Consent is the most important part of any sexual encounter (and is incredibly sexy)! Learn about what it truly means, tactical ways to talk about it, and answers to users’ common questions.
Sexual Assault
1 in 6 women and 1 in 33 men are survivors of sexual assault. Learn more about the varied narratives surrounding sexual assault and how to help a friend.
Communication is one of the most popular responses to our survey question “What I wish I knew when I was younger?” Read about what to talk about and why it matters.
Intimate partner violence affects 1 in 3 women nationwide; it can happen to anyone of any race, class, or ethnicity and everyone plays a role in preventing it.