Elizabeth Boske said it best: "Lesbian safer sex is not an oxymoron. Some sexual acts require a bit more flexibility than others, sure — but we're actually talking about levels of risk when it comes to disease and infection. Activities that are considered to be lower risk include "hugging, touching, massage, and masturbation.
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Historicallywhen sex education was introduced to the general public, content was focused on puberty education for cisgender people, heterosexual sex, pregnancy prevention, and reduction of sexually transmitted infections STIs. During that time, there was a great deal of stigma and discrimination associated with being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual LGBTQIA. Sex education programs were, instead, developed based on the assumption that those receiving the information were solely heterosexual and cisgender.
Now this is a sex book! I loved the tone in this book, too. Those really added to the feel of the book. I should mention that this is also not just a book for lesbians; it is also inclusive of bi women, and often mentions those not covered by either label.
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Sometimes, they find that they have an interest in people other than men, and who can blame them, right? Women are beautiful, compassionate creatures. Remember that she has the same anatomy as you do.
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Cosmopolitan: a beacon of light for those seeking strange and potentially dangerous sex advicebut only in heterosexual relationships. Well, not anymore. In an effort to stay progressive and promote LGBT equality perhapsthe notorious women's magazine is finally offering sex tips that have nothing to do with penises but double to do with female pleasure.
A recent study found probably to no-one's great surprisethat women find it harder to orgasm with a man than they do with another woman. It's no great secret that some men are guilty of more than a few bedroom faux pas. Whether that's ignoring foreplay or disregarding the clitoris, there are many reasons women might struggle to orgasm during straight sex.