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A Sexologist’s Guide to the A-Spot
A sexologist shares tips on how to find your A-spot and satisfying ways to stimulate it.
Why Affirmations Feel Fake—and What to Try Instead
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Your Birthday Horoscope: Gemini
Astrologer Hedy Noemi shares a 2023 birthday horoscope for Geminis.
Are You Actually Self-Aware?
“Our research shows that 95 percent of people believe they’re self-aware, yet only about 10 to 15 percent are…
Gwyneth’s Approach to Investing
Gwyneth shares her wins and losses, what she’s most excited about in the start-up space, and her most actionable…
The Vitamin Protocol for Perimenopause and Menopause Support
The average age for menopause in the US is 51, though it’s not abnormal to begin experiencing symptoms of…
Managing the Sexual Side Effects of Antidepressants
A clinical psychologist and sexual psychophysiology researcher shares how to boost your libido, especially if antidepressants have affected your…
What Is Shibari? A Beginner’s Guide to Japanese Rope Bondage
When sexologist, educator, and artist Midori wrote her first book on shibari—a Japanese style of rope bondage—fewer people were…
Have You Experienced Anorgasmia?
Experts explain what causes anorgasmia—female orgasmic disorder—and share effective ways to treat it.
6 Ways to Support Healthy Aging after 40
Aimee Eyvazzadeh, MD, shares ways to optimize our health as we age.
Is Crossover Stress Affecting Your Relationship?
When your partner is going through a stressful time at work, it’s common for you to be affected by…
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