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Time to break some taboos! We answer those questions no one dares to ask, take a deep dive into sexual wellness topics and get to know our performers.

Porn has lost much of the shame around it, it’s readily available on the Internet, mostly for free and always just a click away. So while it may seem counterintuitive to pay for your porn, you absolutely should! Here’s a few reasons why:
In honour of LGBT History Month, I couldn’t help but wonder: How can our community use these difficult times to self-reflect and grow, both individually and collectively, instead of giving into hedonism or self-loathing?
The past ten months have forced all of us to adjust our social lives. We have swapped bar nights for drinks on Zoom, loud parties for online yoga courses, and romantic dinners for video dates. For many of us, transporting our physical interactions – and, specifically, dating – online is, perhaps, the most difficult adjustment.
Among the many bizarre social effects of the COVID pandemic is the new anxiety surrounding dating and sex. For singles, the new social ethic, shaped by recommendations to limit our social contacts and dissuasions against all unnecessary meet-ups, has not been easy to navigate.
You don’t need to read the stars to realize the world around is changing at unprecedented speed. Astrologically, 2020 was a tumultuous year (who would’ve thought), but the good news is 2021 will bring with it smooth, new winds for our collective sails.
Blowjobs are a common thing, some would even say they’re essential to foreplay. But even though they’re so widely spoken about, why are our thoughts about them still so controversial? Just because you’re the one doing it, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it too.

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