One thing I like to make clear to my clients is there is a responsible way to use the fertility awareness method that helps promote good sexual health and does not spread sexually transmitted infections (STIs) around. Many people don’t
I think we’ve all been in the situation where we’re not sure if our birth control method is working, had a condom burst, or had unprotected sex then regretted it.
Previously, if you didn’t want to be pregnant, you would have to assume you were fertile every single day and take emergency contraception (EC) regardless of when it happened. But now, since you’re using the fertility awareness method, you can know exactly when EC is needed and when you can relax and not have to think about it.
I’ve seen condom myths all over the internet which lead to unfounded (and dangerous) distrust of condoms.
The fact is, condoms do not get microscopic tears and they are effective at preventing pregnancy (and sexually transmitted infections, too!). Read on to learn about how amazing condoms are.
People often ask me, what’s the best birth control? Do you think I’m going to say the fertility awareness method? Actually no, it’s not the fertility awareness method. But it might be!
This week is Pride Week in my hometown of Vancouver, so I want to take this chance to explain my feelings about equality and inclusion, and also relate this back to fertility awareness. I believe we should all be free
There’s a myth in our culture that sex has to be spontaneous to be good and anything else is sub par.
Yes, spontaneous sex can be fun, but the implication that planned sex or sex you have to discuss beforehand is boring and blase couldn’t be further from the truth and leads to a lot of unhappy people!
Read on to see how talking about sex can improve your satisfaction!