I have a confession: I've had sex since social distancing began. With someone I met on Tinder, someone I don't live with. And I know friends doing the same. With the pandemic still a major concern across the United States, people having sex or even just wanting to have sex may feel shame — even more shame than usual in this Puritanical wasteland.
Self-cutting and sexual risk among adolescents in intensive psychiatric treatment
Vaginal cuts and tears: Causes, treatment, and when to see a doctor
We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Minor vaginal cuts and tears are common and often occur when a person is removing body hair or engaging in sexual activity. People with certain hormonal, skin, and immune conditions may be more likely to get vaginal cuts or tears. Minor vaginal wounds are usually harmless, but they may cause mild pain and discomfort for a day or two before they heal, particularly during urination and bathing or showering. Some minor cuts or tears may also bleed lightly for a short period. More severe cuts or tears can require medical attention, especially those that are deep, will not stop bleeding, or do not heal with proper self-care.
16 Things to Know About Piquerism
Piquerism is an interest in stabbing, sticking, or otherwise penetrating the skin with sharp objects — think knives, pins, or nails. In mild scenarios, sticking the buttocks or genitalia with a pin may be enough to provide gratification. Some interests, however, are more extreme. Any object that is sharp can be used.
Metrics details. The aim of this study was to investigate the sexual experiences among married women in Mauche Ward, Nakuru County. Quantitative and qualitative data collection methods were used. Quantitative data were obtained from married women selected through multistage sampling. The women were categorized into: cut before marriage, cut after marriage and the uncut.