Here you find everything about Sex, Love & Relationships. Here we support you to make love the foundation of your everyday life and build a loving relationship with yourself, your partner, friends, family and generally with everyone around you. For sure, sex is an important topic in life and we support you to love and cherish your body to fully enjoy physical intimacy. When it comes to sex there is nothing off-limit and you can ask in our Ask a True2You Expert section anything that you always wanted to know.
Poly-love (polyamory) is having sexual or romantic partners with more than one person where everyone involved consents (everyone knows about it and agrees). So, can we really love more than one person?
The penis is an organ that isn’t just there to function, as in getting an erection in time and or being the last part of the urination, it’s a very sensitive part of the body. In the media/society the penis isn’t represented as a sensitive or precious part of the body but seen instead as something that is only there for sex with expectations of how it should perform and of course how big it should be.
The vulva is the name for the external parts of the female genitals and often mistakenly called the vagina. The vulva and labia form the entrance of the vagina, and the vagina is the internal, or inside part of the female genitals.
There are many different contraceptive methods. This article gives a short overview on the Male and Female Condom.
Why do we find it so hard to say no? Saying yes to someone or something. . . when in truth we want to say no 😩
While consent, knowing your boundaries, being in a relationship that is respectful, and fun IS sexy. STI’s (sexually transmitted infections) aren’t! Do you know your STI’s?
What is the secret to ‘great sex’? And when does sex become “making love”? Is there a difference between sex and making love? And if so, what is it?
We all miss being loved, because we currently live in a loveless world. A world that is based on images telling us what love is or should be. But are these images and what they tell and show us really love?
Masturbation is stimulating your genitals for sexual pleasure and/or to reach an orgasm. It can be a fun way of exploring the physical and sexual pleasures of your own body.
How many people are in a relationship that isn’t truly supportive? Why do we choose this and settle for less?
We have all seen the movies and romantic comedies telling us exactly what a romantic relationship is .. but is it really this?
Put aside a time and space for you to complete the Senses Star. For each point feel what’s important for you. What do you love to touch, smell, taste, hear or see?