Using a condom is generally easier than it looks (especially if you can relax about it), but the first few times, it can be tricky, especially if you're nervous about knowing how to use one.
I don't know whether to bring my boyfriend with me when I move across the country for work next summer. I recently had an extensive workup around years of depression and anxiety and have ended up getting an autism diagnosis in my early twenties....
If variety is the spice of life, disability is the nutmeg of the bedroom.
Here at Scarleteen, we love consent — but what about when your disability changes the way you interact with conversations about sex and autonomy?
Nondisabled people can be invasive, clueless, or rude at the best of times, but especially when it comes to sex. Fortunately, we have tips for dealing with them!
Being disabled doesn't cut you out of the kink scene — but sometimes you need to take some special precautions.
Some people say they're "sexually attracted to disability." That's objectifying, and you deserve to be loved as a whole person.
What happens when sex gets tangled up with your brain's wiring?
Before you start exploring your sexuality, get to know your body.
To explore how intersectionality is personal, we (Jacob & Al) decided we would have to get specific, we would have to get personal, and we would have to write about ourselves. Part 3 is a conversation between two people who somehow find themselves asking, "Are we like pies?"