Guys, fungus just ain’t any fun for anyone. And yes, yeast is highly contagious (even if you have a penis).
But, it is possible for yeast-prone people to use lube, condoms and sex toys without increasing the likelihood of an unpleasant invasion of yeast? Absolutely! And this yeast information and reduction guide makes it all the easier. Continue reading
Are you a lube connoisseur who runs cold, has no problem with candida, and you’re looking hottest ticket around? Turn up the thermostat to soaring temperatures by steeping in this hot-as-the-Serengeti and sugary-as-soda K-Y Warming Jelly lubricant!
Can’t take the stank? Feeling less than fresh? Like it or not, we’ve all experienced our own or someone else’s offensive vaginal at one time or another. But, why does this happen and how can it be treated naturally?
Being concerned with the health and safety of your genitalia doesn’t end with buying non-toxic toys, toy cleaner, body-safe lubes and using barriers during all sex acts— you also need to be aware of the importance of daily personal hygiene.
At the risk of sounding like a sex ed film from the 1950’s, I can’t stress the fact enough– genitals need to carefully and meticulously washed. Particularly, the clitoral hood, labia minora and the tip area of the penis that is covered by foreskin. Why, you ask? One little word– smegma. But, what exactly is smegma?