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Why do I appreciate sex? Here are the benefits
Sex is a significant factor in your life
Sex and sexuality are a piece of life. Beside proliferation, sex can be about closeness and joy. Sexual movement, penile-vaginal intercourse (PVI), or masturbation, can offer many amazing advantages to all aspects of your life:
By what means can sex advantage your body?
bringing down circulatory strain
expanding heart wellbeing
diminishing your danger of coronary illness, stroke, and hypertension
Sex help to boost immune system
Sex help to improve sleep
a more grounded insusceptible framework
a more drawn out life expectancy
feeling all the more well-refreshed
having more vitality during the day
Help to relief from headache
60 percent announced an improvement during a headache
70 percent announced moderate to finish help during a headache
37 percent announced improvement of indications in bunch cerebral pains
91 percent announced moderate to finish help in bunch cerebral pains
You sleep yet??
If not, put yourself to sleep with some MASTURBATION on a MONDAY! @romancebymyoshi presents multiple orgasms!
♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️ Posted @withrepost • @romancebymyoshi Mondays are for Masturbation….. Well, I am Myoshi your neighborhood friendly Sexual Wellness Educator and I am now telling you Mondays are for Masturbation!!! So every Monday I will take you on a tour of why masturbation is amazing, I will give fun facts about masturbation, and encourage you to explore all beautiful parts of your body. Enjoy Lovers…
Multiple orgasms occur when a person has more than one orgasm during a period of sexual activity. They’re more common among vulva owners - about 15% of this population experiences them. Why and how exactly does the magic happen? Let’s discuss!
Multiple orgasms might have short pauses or “refractory periods” in between where genitals are unresponsive to stimulation and the body returns to normal heart, breath, brain and muscle functions. For people with vulvas, the clitoris generally requires a very short refractory period - often only a minute or two (sometimes even less). For penis owners, the refractory period is generally longer, ranging from several minutes to a day. With such a short refractory period, vulva owners can generally continue stimulation shortly after orgasm and that means the possibility of more orgasms. For penis owners, the likelihood is decreased unless sexual encounters last for many hours (or days). If they do, good for you!
#Bloomi is on a mission to inspire women to be the CEO of their bodies. From demanding toxic-free #cleanintimate care to practicing body positivity to claiming their own sexual agency we WANT to see all women in their power! 💪💪🏼💪🏽💪🏾💪🏿 #strongertogether#beyourceo
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Give the gift of protection, NOT infection this holiday season! Make an appointment for an STI test by calling 888-576-7526 or by visiting ppcw.org ❄️😜
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Santa baby, slip some sexy sleepwear under the tree for me.
Been a sort of good girl🤷🏾♀️
Santa baby, and hurry down the chimney tonight.
Santa baby, a Woke Up Like This too, in blue
I’ll wait up for you dear
Santa baby, so hurry down the chimney tonight😘
I'm excited to announce a little side project with @nicspads, The Great Sex Debate.
Nic and I are both passionate about sexual expression, expanded sexual experiences, sexual health, and pleasure. We also both have academic and debating backgrounds.
Although we agree on many things and share similar ideologies, Nic and I recognize that there is more than one side to an argument, especially when it comes to topics regarding sexuality.
The intention with this project is to conduct a series of miniature debates in a modified Lincoln-Douglas format. We want to keep the debate light-hearted so, while we will endeavor not to misrepresent any side's arguments, we might present with tongue in cheek.
The first Great Sex Debate sees Nic and Cam face-off over the age old question, "Are people motivated by pleasure?" The topic for this debate is that humans are pleasure-seeking beings. The affirmative will be taken by Cam, while the negative will be taken by Nic. They each will have 2x 2-minute rounds with one final 1-minute rebuttal to get their point across.
(Aka the combined oral contraceptive pill) A pill is taken orally every day. There are many different types of the pill, with different hormone levels of estrogen and progesterone, so it's important to discuss with your doctor.
You can get a prescription from your doctor and buy at chemists.
Knowing your HIV status is so important to keeping yourself and your partners safe and healthy. Although it may feel like there are many barriers to getting tested for teens, it is still very possible. Here are some tips to help you get tested: • Call ahead to find out if the test cost anything and if so, how much or if they offer sliding scale options and see if you can schedule an appointment. • Look into the laws in the state where you live. In many places it’s possible to get tested without your parents knowing.
• If all of that seems like too much, don’t worry: You can buy home testing kits online!
Learn more about HIV testing for teens here:
I daily hear women suffering from the effects of low estrogen levels while breastfeeding.
It's normal for estrogen to decrease while breastfeeding but for many women if their levels are quite low they may suffer with: 👉hot flashes that disrupt sleep
👉decreased vaginal lubrication 👉pain with intercourse 👉higher risk for urinary leakage
Appropriate use of topical vaginal estrogen IS safe while breastfeeding.
When I had my 2 kids I dearly suffered with ALL of the above symptoms and honestly, it was awful! I was already anxious, sleep deprived and back to work 6 weeks postpartum. Not thriving or joyful to say the least.
The brain fog I had from hormone imbalance combined with sleep deprivation was a recipe for disaster.
If you are suffering you are not alone. Ask your primary care practitioner if vaginal estrogen is a possibilty for you.
I had to advocate for myself to get help....I'm here to support and advocate for you!
Comment below or send me a DM if you have questions or concerns💕
“I created EXPLOR. to help couples discreetly spice it up. EXPLOR gives you quarterly, direct to your door intimate items to spice up your sex life. Instead of trying to figure out what to buy, researching for hours... or even having to go into a store, EXPLOR does the work for you.
EXPLOR is perfect for every couple looking to be a bit more adventurous in their personal life. All genders, all couples, all the fun, all in one quarterly, discreet box filled with all the intimate toys and tricks you’ll need to never get bored.” — CEO and Founder, Missy.
Want to learn more? Visit us at the link in our bio. 💋✖️ #EXPLORmore
0000 = # OF MEN I FUCKED WHO GAVE ME AN ORGASM. THANKS BRANDON!!!
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Next year I plan to catch more flights, & less feelings. I’m also taking a break from hormonal birth control.
My body is vegan, even if my mouth is not.... yet. xxx AMY • co-captain #TheMisogyneaters 🦈 LMK if you want my STD via my faithful ex-finance. Ok? byyyyyye
"My first experience at Planned Parenthood was great. I called them and they made an appointment as soon as possible for me. The staff were really friendly and they were really patient with me and they answered all my questions and concerns." -Sandy, PPGA'er at UC Riverside
We have listed the prices of every form of birth control we offer, so you know exactly what you'll pay, with or without insurance. No mystery, no surprises!
Click the link in bio to learn more about the birth control methods we carry and how much they cost.
Penis health is often not discussed and that's a real problem. Certain issues that may be over looked or avoided, can actually be warning signs of conditions that can worsen or affect the quality of s*x.
For instance, a cheesy aroma can be an indication of bacterial over- growth in the smegma (thats a combo of dead skin and natural oils that can collect on the penis). Not only will this make oral s*x less than awesome, but it can turn into dermatitis or an infection!
Pain during urination can be an indicator of Balanitis, or inflammation of the glans. Left untreated, the urethra can narrow making urination and ejaculation very painful. It may take a round of antibiotics or antifungal cream to clear up, before any intimacy can commence.
A strange curve can be a sign of a penile condition where scar tissue, or plaque, forms inside the penis and causes erections to be curved and painful. This condition, known as Peyronie's disease, can lead to erectile dysfunctions from an inability to get or keep hard.
We know you love your little buddy, and we care about your penis health too. So when it comes to keeping your fountain of love flowing, we suggest you not only pay it the attention it deserves, but also, address any and all issues with a MD right away. And only buy from your penis pleasure products from us (not shady online stores).
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The Tasmanian Project for Positive Living provides care and support for people living with or at risk of HIV
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Knowledge is the best medicine to prevent the transmission of blood borne viruses
If you can understand when an animal does not want to be pet, then you can understand when a human's body language hasn't conveyed consent to touch them either. ******* Over the past few years, I have had @jorelcaraballo of @vivawellnessnyc along with his therapy dog, Nomi, come talk to my high schoolers about consent for sex.
Introducing an animal into the conversation has been a great way to teach students that when people claim that a consent violation was due to "confusion" about body language, a lot of the time, this is just willful disregard for something they actually understand in non-sexual situations.
Sure, not everyone is skilled at reading body language, and different cultures may understand the same body language in different ways.
But if you are ever truly confused, you can stop and ask yourself how you know if an animal wants you to touch it. You probably get that if you try to pet a cat and it arches its back, hisses, or walks away, then it isn't in the mood to be stroked. People might not be so dramatic, but if someone isn't kissing back, stiffens up, or moves your hand away, those are pretty clear signs.
Animals can also remind us that consent isn't continuous. Sometimes your puppy wants to cuddle and jump all over you. Other times it wiggles away to do something else. Just like people.
As a good rule of thumb, if asking verbally isn't getting you clear information, and you are unsure about what someone's body language is saying, then you don't have consent. Could the person actually be into hooking-up with you? Sure. They could. But if you don't know, you need to hold off until you can be sure. That might mean a missed opportunity. But that's life. And a potential missed opportunity is way better than a consent violation.
Consent is about a lot more than just our reading of body language. And any conversation about consent would be remiss if it did not also address the role or pressure, culture, substances, communication, gender, and other key issues. But this particular aspect is one that we don't talk about enough, and thinking about how we understand sexual issues in non-sexual settings can help get crucial messages to click!
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WHFPT staff are learning and networking with other #titlex folks from across the country @NFPSHA winter meeting! Plus fidget creations.
I've been writing an hour a day to get my thoughts down on paper and into a format that can really help people. Based on my frequent post material, you might be able to guess what I'm up to. 😉 When my mind wandered today, so I started to write the dedication page and this popped out of my head. ❤️ My children are in my life so that I would learn this. ❤️Feeling grateful today. 🙏
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Have you heard about the Bridgercare Access Advocates? ⠀
Access Advocates are a group of determined and passionate monthly givers. They're dedicated to making sure that everybody has compassionate care here for them, right now and for the long haul. THANK YOU to these champions for reproductive health, whole-person wellness, and comprehensive sexual health education! 💪
Even $5 a month goes a long way in making sure that ongoing attacks on birth control, reproductive choice, LGBTQ+ rights, and affordable healthcare access NEVER affect our community and patients. Want to learn more and make a difference? Check out bridgercare.org/access-advocates ❤️
This goes hand in hand with sacral chakra health. Men are also 100% effected by this too. This chakra can become clouded with dense energy from traumas like sexual and birth trauma. Its responsible for your creativity, passion, power, money, sex in form of making love, control, and fertility. When it’s out balance people can mistake sex with love and use money, power and sex to control another. Considering the sexual abuse rate of 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men being sexually abused before the age of 18, and the high rates of birth trauma, most of us need helping clearing trauma and trapped emotions from this chakra. This helps bring it back into balance, allowing a healthy flow of creativity, power, passion, and sexual energy. #sacralchakra#secondchakra#energy#chakras#energyhealing#reiki#shaman#emotionalhealth#sexualhealth#healer#sage#love#metoo#womenshealth
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SHOULD YOU STEAM YOUR VAGINA?
With all the torture we inflict on our vaginas these days – waxing, lasering, chemical-laden douches, synthetic tampons and pads, antibiotics, hormonal birth control, vaginal rejuvenation surgery, bleaching, spermicides…I could go on and on – I’m frankly shocked at some of the resistance I’ve seen to vaginal steaming.
Just try a Google search and most of the results will be why NOT to steam your vagina. I mean seriously? 🙄
It’s mind-blowing to me that everything I listed above is considered completely normal and okay but sitting over a bowl of hot water and herbs for 30 minutes is going to ruin our health and our vaginas! Geesh.
Vaginal steaming is an age-old remedy that women in different parts of the world have been using for a looooong time for various gynecological issues and to achieve an overall healthy cycle. Honestly, it may just be the solution you’ve been looking for to banish problem periods once and for all. 🙌🏼
In this new episode of The Period Party Podcast, we talk with women’s health coach Marina Schroeder (@marinaschroederxoxo) about:
+ What vaginal steaming is and who can benefit from it
+ How to do it right
+ When (and when not) to do it
+ Marina’s experience with steaming as part of her fibroid protocol
+ Things to consider before you start steaming, and a whole lot more!
Head to the link in my bio @nicolemjardim to listen, and let me know in the comments what you think about vaginal steaming and if you’ve tried it! Also, if you find this episode helpful, rate us on iTunes to help others find us.
Happy Steaming ladies 😉
. #periodgirl #femininehealth#vsteam#yonisteam#yonisteaming#vsteaming#yonidetox#vaginalhealth#wombwellness#womenshealth#fixyourperiod#vaginalhealth#holistichealing#womenssexualhealth#sexualhealth#theperiodparty#vaginalsteam#naturalhealing
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Not as tasty as chocolate but at least your holiday gifts are the only surprises you'll get this month 🎁
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What does this mean? It means that pleasure is unique to every individual. Pleasure is on your own terms, there’s no one true way to experience pleasure, there are multiple ways! You shouldn’t be having sex just to orgasm and spend the whole time focusing on that one goal. Your focus should be how you are feeling at every moment and how to get the most pleasure out of the experience.
Don’t be afraid to explore, to be a bit adventurous or to step slightly out of your comfort zone. This helps you to find out what pleasure means FOR YOU. Not what you are told it’s meant to mean.
Although I say sex is for pleasure, this does not justify staying in a relationship/situation where your partner is neglecting your clit ladies (the ones who have sex with men). His focus should be your pleasure, regardless of whether you cum or not!
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The sex is always better on the other side, am I right? It can be so easy to feel like whatever point you’re at with your intimacy, it seems like everyone else having more pleasure, more connection, and definitely more orgasms. But what if we took a moment to appreciate where we’re at and the many benefits of it all?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I’ve always found taking the time without a partner is super healthy so I can work on myself, and practice satisfying my own needs first. So what are the benefits of your current sexual situation?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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12/1 World AIDS Day⠀
Everyone has faced HIV in some way... we’ve known someone, lost someone, feared for ourselves, our friends, our chosen family...⠀
I was 20, knew I hadn’t engaged in anything which put me at risk for HIV, but there I was terrified at Planned Parenthood waiting for my results... every rational part of me couldn’t escape the fear of an incurable disease, a death sentence... I went through this every 3-6 months. For gay men (and many others) sex has always had a strong connection with disease.⠀
My last rotation in PA school was at the Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic in the LA LGBT Center⠀
I knew that I had to care for this community- which suffered from stigma, discrimination, unfounded hatred... people living with a disease that would impact every aspect of their life... but it turns out it wasn’t a death sentence⠀
People were LIVING with this disease⠀
One patient took one pill a day. He was going back to school. He was dating. I saw medicine not just saving peoples lives- but giving them opportunities that didn’t exist a few years prior.⠀
I’ve spent a decade caring for people living with HIV⠀
I’ve seen the medicine change, but the stigma remains⠀
🚫stop stigmatizing people living with HIV⠀
🚫stop stigmatizing testing for HIV⠀
🚫stop calling HIV “another chronic disease” - it’s so much more⠀
💪make sure your patients are tested and treated⠀
💪prevent HIV transmission with PrEP & U=U⠀ #worldaidsday#worldaidsday2019 •⠀
For more related content⠀
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21 3821 December, 2019
Fighting for someone’s reproductive freedom is love 💜
When one traumatizes their 7yo daughter who’s home from school with a low grade fever by toting her to one’s certain doctor’s appointment that includes stirrups, one must offer some consolation. 😬
@gingerjuiceco is my go to day brightener so hopefully a fruit smoothie🥤 & almond butter-banana-chocolate chip gluten-free bagel🥯 will “Men In Black” said exam from her memory.😆😎
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We make assumptions about people, whether we see them walking down the street, or overhear them in a bad mood… but you never really know where people are coming from. A little bit more understanding can go a long way – especially in relationships.
How have assumptions impacted your relationship? Well, if you have a habit of interpreting your partner’s actions without ever discussing, you might be holding on to some resentments.
I’m always amazed at people who would rather jump to conclusions about something, rather than addressing it head on. Asking for clarification can go a long way.
So get curious without shaming or judgement. You might actually discover some deeper truths that will actually allow you to get closer and strengthen your bond. I’ve found that couples who practice healthy communication on the regular have enhanced intimacy and better sex. Who doesn’t want that? (image via @kristenanniebell )