Share how you’ve upped your sex game ~physically and mentally~.

Learning what you like ~sexually~ and developing a healthy relationship with your sexuality is a process.

Learning what you like ~sexually~ and developing a healthy relationship with your sexuality is a process.

It takes time, and might even take a little trial and error.

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So we want to know: What have you done or learned that has had a big positive impact on your sex life or your relationship with your sexuality?

So we want to know: What have you done or learned that has had a big positive impact on your sex life or your relationship with your sexuality?

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Maybe you heard a specific or unusual sex tip that has changed the game.

Maybe you heard a specific or unusual sex tip that has changed the game.

Like, something that made you say, "WHY DIDN'T I LEARN THAT IN SEX ED?"

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Maybe you finally knocked out that yes/no/maybe list with your partner and learned a lot about what you're curious about.

Maybe you finally knocked out that yes/no/maybe list with your partner and learned a lot about what you're curious about.

And maybe even discovered your new favorite thing to do in bed.

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Or maybe you started speaking up confidently about exactly what you like when you used to just kind of hope partners...figured it out.

Or maybe you started speaking up confidently about exactly what you like when you used to just kind of hope partners...figured it out.

And you have some tips on how to make that kind of conversation easier.

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Maybe you explored your sexuality solo and got in touch with your body through a class.

Maybe you explored your sexuality solo and got in touch with your body through a class.

Like burlesque, pole dancing, or ~workshops~ at sex toy shops.

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Or maybe you quit a bad sex habit that was really sabotaging your pleasure.

Or maybe you quit a bad sex habit that was really sabotaging your pleasure.

Maybe you've been sleeping with people who were all wrong for you or faking orgasms or were starting to feel a little ~too~ dependent on porn, for example.

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Maybe you joined a new community or explored a new kink.

Maybe you joined a new community or explored a new kink.

Like, maybe you started going to sex parties or meet-ups for people who share your sexual interests — and got some new ideas.

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We're looking for advice that would benefit everyone's sex life — regardless of their sexuality or gender identity. But if the tip you want to give is specific to you and your gender/sexuality, feel free to share that, too! Basically, we want to hear ~anything~ that could potentially make someone's sex life a little better.

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