Pleasure is part of health. Swell is a blog and educational resource exploring sexual wellness, intimacy, relationships, sexual health, and mindfulness.
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Here’s how to feel multiple sensations at once while you’re climaxing.
NRE is a staple of the polyamorous community, but everyone should learn about it and appreciate it.
Just because there are a million Tinderellas doesn’t mean we should treat people badly.
Here are a few things you can do to keep your vagina happy and healthy.
When the kids move out, it’s time to reconnect, explore, and deepen your connection.
If you’re going to bring in a third, you better know what you’re doing first.
Subspace, the state of transcendence that many subs go into during BDSM, is a useful concept even to the more vanilla among us.
It’s a step kinky people know well, but newbies may not: the practice of aftercare.
Curious about butt plugs? Here’s where to begin.
What is the secret sauce to keeping sex interesting?
How do polyamorous people learn to go beyond jealousy and take pleasure in their partner’s happiness (and vice versa)?
Sex is a messy, weird, funny, hot, sexy, awkward, often hilarious thing we engage in.
In a world filled with ads for “vaginal hygiene products,” it’s important to be in the know.
The clitoris can be reached through anal sex. Cue the gasps.
Sometimes a DIY orgasm can be the more appealing option.
A guide to taking a holistic approach to self-love.
Living with endo isn’t easy.
LDRs are hard, but doable.
It sounds unsexy, but it may hugely help your relationship.
Sleeping apart may actually be better for your sex life.
Experts explain why masturbation can actually help your relationship.
“I love you, but I love me more.”
We’re taught how to communicate what we want. Well, with everything except sex.
Or is this just another myth designed to box us into impossible relationship standards?
The roots of a person’s sexual kink is subjective and never one-size-fits-all.