Sex is not one size fits all. What feels good to you might not be right for someone else. Everyone’s different when it comes to sexual behaviours and desires, but here are some common kinds of sexual activity:
masturbating alone or with a partner
oral, vaginal, and anal sex
rubbing your bodies together
using sex toys
phone sex or “sexting”
reading or watching porn
Sex drive is something else and is affected by physical and emotional aspects
Sex is not just for procreation—it ought to also be pleasurable for every person involved
Sexually Transmitted diseases are common and if seen early, may be treatable. Many people don’t have symptoms, and that is why regular testing is extremely important.
We wouldn’t be on this planet if it wasn’t for sex. Although sex is a part of the human lifecycle, many people still see it as taboo to discuss. In many places, it’s common for people to start learning about sex during puberty.