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The Week Our Clits Went International

Who shouted “clitoris” and did not feel the earth move? We so-called Western women have many common sexual problems. Some of us cannot manage penetration, or genital touch for that matter; some of us don’t know that it is quite normal not to have vaginal orgasms and spend their lives frustratedly working at it; some of us have bad relationships and do not relax enough to orgasm; yet... read more

Practicing Yoga for a Better Sex Life

It’s difficult to argue that yoga is intrinsically connected to sex, because in its original form, yoga was associated with celibacy, or at least ejaculatory control. But yoga has evolved to meet the needs of the West and in doing so has become synonymous with a healthy lifestyle and positive sexuality. People often get confused between yoga and tantra because they are closely related. Tantric sex brings... read more

6 Reasons Why Yoga Will Spruce Up Your Sex Life

1. Muscle Strength Yoga positions use the body’s own weight to isolate, stretch and strengthen muscles all over the body. A stronger and more confident body can enjoy more creative sexual positions. You can change positions when you want to, and not only when you feel too weak to support your (or your partner’s) weight. 2. Flexibility Have you read the Kama Sutra? Say no more. 3. Stress Control We all... read more

Girl, Get Thee to a Gynecologist

Ladies, we have very sophisticated reproductive systems and whether they are in procreative mode or not, they have got to be well kept-up. That translates to at least 1 gynecological visit a year. We need regular checkups from early adolescence and for as long as we have reproductive organs. Even after menopause, gynecologists are the only ones that know how to check up those parts where no other... read more

We Play Green: a Manifesto

The Dinah Project believes that as citizens of this ailing planet, we all need to live our lives in the healthiest possible way for our bodies and our environment. This means that… Sex should be a measure of good health Sex should contribute to good health Sex should advance our mental and physical well-being Sex should be safe from disease, violence and stress Sex must be treated as detachable from... read more

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