Sex Education

Six myths about PrEP

For a drug that’s proven to prevent the transmission of HIV, the topic of PrEP is a divisive one for the gay community. Some think it will ruin us and we should all just wear condoms, others think it’s not the responsibility of the NHS to provide it – and then there are those who…

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How to Use Cock Rings: The Complete Guide

Cock rings, yes, they’re one of the most popular toys in the world, and for a good reason, in fact. They prevent blood from flowing back down the shaft of the penis, which makes erections feel rock-hard, and last exceptionally well, too. And why is it so good? It can mean that edging and sex (via…

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6 Signs You’re Addicted to Porn

In a survey conducted by FS magazine about 20% of gay and bisexual men said they have a problem with porn. Many of these men said that porn is affecting their social and sex lives. They also told FS their porn habits are interfering with work. So we decided to knock up a list of signs you…

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How Risky is Gay Sex?

Before we talk about sex without condoms here’s a couple of things you should know. People living with HIV who have an undetectable viral load cannot pass on the virus sexually. This is known as HIV-undetectable / U=U / HIV-U. PrEP can be taken by HIV-negative people to stop the transmission of HIV. When taken…

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Having Sex For the Wrong Reasons?

Sex is fun. Even in these crazy political times, we can all agree on that. As gay men, we can have sex however and arguably whenever we want. It can be so available it can seem transactional. Thanks to dating apps, sex is even more omnipresent. But because our culture is so sexually open it tends to…

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5 Top Tips for Explosive Orgasms

If you said to anyone “would you like to have better and more explosive orgasms” I think the 100% answer would be “Hell yea!” – so here are my tips for you to experience explosive orgasms. But before I give you the tips let me first explain its relationship to Tantra. Tantra is a modern…

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Many queer men do not understand risk of HPV infection, study shows

Many queer men have little to no understanding of the risk of contracting the human papillomavirus (HPV) through sex, a study has found. Researchers interviewed 38 gay, bisexual and straight men who have sex with men in their early 20s in New York City for a study published in Journal of Community Health. They found a…

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