There are three words you never want to hear during sex: “The condom broke!” Okay, and maybe also, “Is Nickelback playing?” but let’s focus on the condoms for now.
In American classrooms, students have often feared their sex ed class, preparing to have a teacher demonstrate the classic condom-on-a-banana routine.
We don’t know exactly when, but at some point in recent history, it was universally decided that “moist” was one of the most hated words in the English language.
Have you ever had one of those nights where you have work or school first thing in the morning, yet midnight strikes and you are still filled to the brim with energy?
It’s the question teenagers ask themselves when they’re watching porn, but wouldn’t dare ask their health teacher.
Just like there isn’t one way to have sex, there isn’t one way to achieve an Earth-shattering orgasm.
In case you didn’t notice, here at Sustain, we’re not afraid of labels. Especially not our own.
Switching to the cup almost a year ago was one of my best menstrual decisions yet. I love having fewer interactions with my nemesis,
Words like “Fair Trade,” “Non-GMO,” “sustainable” and “vegan” may sound like a bunch of fancy
We all want to be safe when it comes to sex, but sometimes it’s hard to know what, exactly, that means or how