Do you find the idea of discussing contraception awkward? In June a study by ellaOnethe most effective morning after pill, found that one in five year-olds have never discussed contraception with a new partner. Stephanie, a year-old writer from London, dated someone who spent over a year complaining about rubbering up.
Talking about sexual health, STDs and the state of your nether regions can feel really uncomfortable, but having a five-minute conversation could save you months of worry. Not sure how to broach the sensitive subject of sexual health with your partner?
We recommend a gentle approach.
Gemma a year-old waitress from Dorchester, tells us about how she broached the conversation. Sarah, a year-old editorial assistant from London tells us about a not-so-magical encounter….
Despite what movies, TV, and porn show us, sex does not always — or even often — result in an orgasm for women. Matilda, a year-old psychologist from Essex, got caught faking it. Talking about how to make sex better for you can feel really uncomfortable, but it can quickly become an intimate, even sexy, discussion.
You could discuss bringing sex toys into the bedroom, trying different positions or incorporating other forms of sex into your session. Getting into the habit of talking about your sexuality and setting your own boundaries is a great way to get the sex life you deserve. Many women have a MyMorningAfter story.
Share yours and help us put an end to the stigma that surrounds emergency contraception. Words: Sophia Moss. Share your story.
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