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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Swell’s practical, detailed, no-judgment sex advice. Techniques to engage our best erotic selves!
Unlike talk therapy, somatic sex education expands self-inquiry into the entire body.
~ Amanda Wattie
Our sexual preferences are absolutely affected by light and climate.
~ Rachel Kramer Bussel
A guide to delayed gratification.
~ Alanna Greco
Here are some flirty, dirty, and yes, occasionally awkward ways to practice enthusiastic consent.
~ Reina Gattuso
A thorough etiquette guide to the mess of sex.
The Dame community gives us their thoughts on sex in a pool, ocean, or shower.
A lesson in pegging—also known as D-in-B sex, butt-boning, and strap-on anal play.
~ Gabrielle Kassel
If you’re going to bring in a third, you better know what you’re doing first.
~ Gigi Engle
Here’s how to make the most of your romantic getaway—sexually and otherwise.
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.
Here are a few websites and apps that’ll let sound immerse you in a symphony of sexual pleasure.
~ Suzannah Weiss
Sex with a soft penis can be wonderful.
~ Anna Breslaw
What is the secret sauce to keeping sex interesting?
Sex is a messy, weird, funny, hot, sexy, awkward, often hilarious thing we engage in.
There’s one fail-safe way to know the sex workers you love are getting the money they deserve: Pay them!
Lube is pretty much always a good decision.
~ Helaina Hovitz
The clitoris can be reached through anal sex. Cue the gasps.
Sometimes a DIY orgasm can be the more appealing option.
Maintain communication, keep up the touching and stroking, and take your time.
~ Jo Murphy
A guide to taking a holistic approach to self-love.
Boundaries are vital in any healthy relationship.
Anal play can be done with a partner or solo and doesn’t have to be penetrative.
Here are some helpful tips to shed those body worries like you shed your clothes.
~ Brooklyn Mullen