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Ask Ang March 26th: Having Protected Sex

Welcome to Ask Ang, your anonymous campus sexual health resource, brought to you by H*yas for Choice. We are made up of a team of undergraduate students who work to answer your sex questions! We post questions and answers weekly on Sundays. Anyone can submit a question, and the anonymous form can be found here! Assuming you are using protection, what are you supposed to do after a man ejaculates inside your vagina? Assuming you are using a condom, to properly take off the condom after ejaculating, you should make sure to hold onto the rim of the condom before the penis gets soft. Then you should pull out from your partner and slip the condom off your penis, making sure you don’t spill any se

Ask Ang March 19th: Partner vs. Solo Orgasms

I'm a bisexual cis man. While I've never had that much difficulty reaching orgasm when I masturbate, I have never really been able to finish during sex with a partner (I have been unable to with partners of multiple genders). I'm not really a fan of goal-oriented sex, but I feel it's an expectation as a cis man that I finish when having sex with a partner. Why can't I finish when I'm with someone else, what can I do to increase my ability to orgasm with a partner, and how can I communicate my difficulty to my partners who expect me to cum? It is not uncommon to have difficulty bridging the gap between solo sex and partner sex, and some experimentation may be necessary. First, it’s important

Choice Week 2018!

1. Monday, March 19th, 2018 - Catholics for Choice: Reproductive Justice is a Catholic Value We're excited to present the first event of Choice Week 2018: a discussion with Sonja Spoo, Domestic Program Associate at Catholics for Choice! What does it mean to be Catholic and pro-choice? Is there room for Catholics in the reproductive justice movement? Is there room for reproductive justice activists in the Catholic community? Who controls the assumed narrative of anti-choice Catholics and how can we change this? Join us as we explore the intersections of Catholic identity and reproductive justice! 2. Tuesday, March 20th - Maternal Mortality in the United States The United States is the onl

Reconciling being Catholic with being Pro-Choice

Catholicism permeated every sphere of my existence growing up. I spent seven years in Sunday school and became a teacher when I finished, attended an all-girls Catholic school, and then ended up at a Jesuit university. Religion is innate part of me and I am extremely proud of my relationship with God. With that being said, as I try to reconcile my feminist mantras -- including my steadfast belief in a woman’s right to choose -- with Church teachings, I can’t help but feel conflicted. Despite attending a Jesuit university, I am often afraid to reveal my Catholic roots to my peers because people often equate Catholicism with being anti-feminist and anti-LGBTQ. While this may be the case for so

Ask Ang March 11th: Prioritizing Female Pleasure

I’m a cis woman, and I have been hooking up with my now boyfriend consistently for the past month. I’m very happy to give him oral sex and initiate it whenever I do. However, he has never gone down on me, and it is something I would like or at least a little more focus on my pleasure/longer foreplay. I never want to pressure him if performing oral on me makes him uncomfortable but it feels inherently unequal considering he always comes, and I never have with any of my partners. How should I go about bringing up the possibility of him going down on me and asking for more foreplay? You are very thoughtful in considering your boyfriend’s feelings around giving you oral sex and considerate in n

 

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