Good Vibrations is proud to present the 2013 QUICKIES Erotic Short Film Competition on Friday, December 6th at the Castro Theater. Enjoy this interview with filmmaker finalist Christian Slaughter from “Biodildo” and meet him at the screening!
Category Archives: Ask the Doctors
Good Vibrations’ Staff Sexologist Dr. Queen Hits the Road Good Vibrations’ Staff Sexologist Dr. Carol Queen brings her unique blend of entertaining sex education to the East Coast this week in a series of appearances at colleges, festivals, and Good Vibrations’ retail store in Brookline, Massachusetts. Following her presentation The story of sex-positive culture: how
You’re keeping up on your holidays, aren’t you? World Orgasm Day was last month, Labor Day was earlier in September, and now it’s Global Female Condom Day. I don’t know about you, but I find the notion that I’m honoring female condoms with everyone else in the world pretty thrilling. Here are some things we
Orgasm isn’t about an on-off switch hidden somewhere in your body. It’s not even an either/or thing, like Freud thought — clitoral or vaginal? (We could also say penile or prostate, of course, though we don’t know that Freud asked that question.) Many sex therapists teach their clients how to enjoy a blended orgasm. No, that’s not an awesome
In a recent Huffington Post article, Yale University School of Medicine clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology Dr. Mary Jane Minkin shared her prescription for women suffering from uncomfortable menopause symptoms: vibrator use. In a candid and informative interview, she explains that regular vibrator use counteracts vaginal dryness and weakened muscle tone associated with menopause.
Q: My partner and I are very interested in pegging play, but he’s super prone to hemorrhoids. He’s afraid pegging will provoke a hemorrhoid so we haven’t been able to get far. Will pegging provoke hemorrhoids? What advice do you have around pegging (or any anal play, really) and hemorrhoids? Thanks, Carol! This is a
Are there risks to having an IUD and using Kegel balls? I’ve been told I can’t use a DivaCup because of the suction. Thoughts? — Scared of the Suction Because this is a medical question (the IUD is a medical device, even though Kegel balls are not necessarily used or obtained for medical reasons),
I’m 21 years old and have never had a g-spot orgasm. Is it possible that it’s because of my belly that my partner can’t get deep enough? And if so, until I lose weight how can we fix this problem? While it’s possible but not definite that your size affects the way you and your
I’m wondering if you’d be willing to part with some of your wisdom. I’ve got a friend who is just discovering his kink side. He’s married and his wife is pretty open but fairly vanilla. He’s discovering he’s a bottom and is into all kinds of fun things. She’s willing to play along but doesn’t
Got a good cock ring or vibrating ring etc that will really hit my wife’s clitoris? We get this question a lot. It makes sense, since a majority of women (in some studies, as many as 70%) need some clitoral stimulation to reliably orgasm. Of course, you can use lots of different kinds of vibrators