Sex & Pancakes

No matter what your pleasure, get health tips with our sex column by Melissa Fuller.

  • Massaging the Male G-Spot

    I’m a straight male in a relationship and I want to try massaging my prostate. My partner and I have never explored anal play before so we’re not sure where to start. She asked me to lead the way but I don’t really know what will feel good or how to do it. Any tips on how to start?
    —Prostate Explorer

  • A Period Piece

    I love having sex when I’m on my period because I’m always really horny. Are there things I should be doing to be as safe as when I’m having regular sex?
    —Sexy Period

  • Too Big For Comfort?

    I recently started dating a new guy and I really like him but I think he’s too big for me. We haven’t tried having sex and I’m scared it will hurt or not fit in my vagina, so I get really stressed when we fool around. I don’t want this to be the reason things don’t work between us, so is there anything I can do?
    —Size Woes

  • Nothing Cum-ing Out

    I’m a 25-year-old healthy, white male, and I haven’t been able to ejaculate for two years. I can feel the rush and experience of orgasm, but nothing ever comes out. This started happening at a time when I was feeling quite good about my life. I came back from an international exchange and then didn’t masturbate for a month, because I didn’t feel like it. I was caught up in the joys of my life at the time. I guess I’m wondering, what might be going on and should I be concerned?

  • Finding Your Baseline

    Last week, I shared my experience going off hormonal birth control (HBC) and finding my baseline. This week, I’ll be sharing some tips on how you can do the same.

  • Knowing the Baseline

    I was 14 years old when I started taking hormonal birth control to alleviate my menstrual cramps. Since then, I’ve tried many different kinds on my search to find the one that won’t make me mentally or physically uncomfortable for days on end, and will leave me feeling like me.

  • The Immaculate Contraception

    I’m looking for reversible male contraception that isn’t a condom. Are you aware of any that you consider reasonable for a young man in terms of cost, intrusiveness, danger and accessibility?

  • Consent Quickie

    Welcome to the final week of back-to-school quickies! If you’re just joining us, be sure to check out the last two weeks for quickies on condoms and on-campus sexual health resources. This week will be a quickie on consent.

  • Sexual Health Resource Quickie

    There are many resources available to Concordia students, but they’re often hard to navigate. Here are the ones that will help you take care of your sexual health.

  • Back-to-School Quickie

    This week I’ll be starting with a condom quickie! Seems pretty basic right? So basic, in fact, that many people have never formally learned how to use condoms. Those same people are often surprised to learn that condoms rarely break unless they’re used wrong, so if a condom has ever broken on you it’s pretty likely whoever put it on did it wrong.