Sexual Health Guide

Learn more about your body and ways to improve it

Is It Safe To Eat Your Own Cum

Semen is a substance that exists to contain sperm while the sperm travel to impregnate an egg. In order to make this long and difficult journey it must contain various nutrients to support the health of the sperm.  Many people consume semen during oral sex for their own or their partner's pleasure. Some people also […]

Cum Control and Effects of Edging

Edging is a method of sexual stimulation where the person becomes sexually aroused to the point of orgasm, but stops before actually reaching orgasm. Then, the person often starts the cycle again to reach that “edge.” The goal of edging and orgasm control is often to prolong sex or masturbation, or to achieve a more […]

Orgasm Anticlimax? Your Guide To Deeper Ejaculation Pleasure And Increased Semen Volume

Your Guide to Deeper Ejaculation Pleasure If you’ve been feeling frustrated with your sexual experiences recently, then you’re certainly not alone. Regardless of your relationship status, stumbling into a low pleasure phase is more common than you might think. Just because your friends aren’t talking about it doesn’t mean it isn’t affecting them too! However—just […]
sperm cells swimming towards an egg cell

Sperm Production Cycle

Sperm are the cells created in the testicles that function to fertilize eggs. These specialized cells are created via an intricate process in the testes and are stored there until ejaculated. When Do Males Start Producing Sperm Puberty begins at age 9-11 for boys, this includes the beginning of testicular enlargement from increased hormone signaling, producing the […]

Why Is My Semen Yellow?

Semen is made up of a number of a number of substances including sperm cells, mucus, proteins, sugars (like fructose), and enzymes. The color of semen can vary from person to person, but the most common and healthy colors of semen are white, clear, gray, or somewhere in between those three. Alternate colors of semen […]
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