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Sex + Health

Figuring out who you are is hard, and if you realize that you may be queer that leads to a whole new world of things to learn about. One of those things is queer focused sex ed. How does queer sex work? What about STD prevention? School sure didn’t teach it.

No one wants to be caught masturbating...unless you’re into that. Yes, of course masturbating is a thing almost everyone does and should be normalized, but out of respect for your roomie (and maybe just for privacy) we have come up with a list of easily hidden, and nonobvious sex toys for your room.

Birth control is such an important thing to consider for those who are sexually active. Finding the right kind for you may seem overwhelming, but this guide is a solid place to start.

Zodiac signs are real and we at Cooglife refuse to hear otherwise. Based on vibes, our resident astrology expert came up with 12 unique dates for the 12 unique signs. If you do not like your date, we suggest taking a look at your moon, rising or Venus -- or just come up with something yourself.

The University partnered with H-E-B Pharmacy to bring booster shots to the M.D. Anderson Library.

As you debate on what to change about yourself for 2022, exclude losing weight.

Dr. Norma Ngo, a licensed clinical psychologist and an AASECT certified sex therapist, shares her answers to important questions in the effort to destigmatize sex talk. How/why should we talk to our sexual partners about consent? Similar to the rules of the road, we should talk to our sexual partners about...

Sex positivity is growing in our society, which is a wonderful thing. For too long, the idea that sex is inherently bad caused negative repercussions for many people, especially women and queer people. Now, sex on television is very normal to see. This can be good, as it can normalize healthy sexual relationships...

I know what I’m about to say might be hard to fathom, especially since we just passed the day of love, but still it must be said. Romantic relationships are not the sole purpose of our lives. Now I’m only saying this, because there’s a stigma surrounding adults who are not in a relationship. No one can understand why...

The new semester is in full swing, and many college students are once again swamped with school work, internships, part-time jobs … you name it! To avoid burnout from our busy schedules, especially during the pandemic, it’s very important for all of us to take care of ourselves, both mentally and...