Does Pee Come out of the Vagina?

I’m Dr. Lindsey Doe, clinical sexologist and host of this sex curious show Sexplanations. [WHIP CRACKING, COUGH] Last month, I posted a 24 hour poll on Twitter that asked “When did you learn most people with vaginas don’t pee out of them?” I gave four options: childhood ages zero to eleven, adolescence twelve to seventeen, […]

Sex & Poop Fun Facts

I’m Dr. Lindsey Doe. This is Sexplanations. The show where sexuality meets curiosity, and today’s topic is sex and poop. Number 10 on the sex and poop fun fact list: it is possible to orgasm from pooping. Clinically they referred to as defecation-induced orgasms. More playfully: poo-phoria. The pelvic splanchnic nerves that carry sensations to […]

Women’s Health: Talking about the pelvic floor – BBC Stories

From a user’s perspective, vulvas are really important. The vulva’s where the party’s at. That’s where all the nerve endings are. If you can see it, that’s your vulva, and if somebody’s rooting around inside it, that’s your vagina. I fish about in fannies for a living. I got into doing women’s health physio because […]

Does Penis Size Matter?

As the saying goes ‘It’s not the size that counts, it’s how you use it’ – but does this long standing phrase ring true in the hugely debated topic of penis size? Does your member actually make a difference in attractiveness or ability to pleasure your partner? Interestingly, humans have the largest penis of any […]