Let's be honest: we've got sex on the brain. At HIM, we think that an active sex life is a big part of healthy living. Whether you're having sex with a partner, with a friend or by yourself, this section provides resources, articles and information about how you can maintain a fulfilling and healthy sex life. For clinic locations and hours, click here.
Everyone has limits, and just because you may not have found them yet, doesn't mean that you should be reckless
This summer HIM committed to educating gay guys about Acute HIV
I first started working at HIM doing condom packing, distribution, and outreach. It was great to meet a bunch of new gay guys and talk to them about condoms, sex, and anything else they wanted to talk about.
Picture this: You've just finished an intense workout at the gym and all pumped up. You head to the steam room and encounter the hot guy who was eyeing you off as you were undressing in the locker room
Over the long term, the challenge is to not take your loving partner for granted or get sloppy in your comportment.
The sex doesn’t need to suffer just because you’ve been together forever. Dips in sexual activity are normal but, left unchecked, can lead to relationship problems. Consider the following eight tips:
Here’s some tips to avoid disaster and disappointment when you’re dating and hooking up online.
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