Sexual Health - Videos

Can a Cervics Self-Exam Prevent Pregnancy?

OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton weighs in on cervix touching, an unconventional self-exam that proponents claim can prevent pregnancy.

Couple Gets Stuck Together During Sex

A shocking result of having sex in the sea: Learn how the motion in the ocean caused one couple to get stuck in an extremely compromising position!

Is Your Penis Normal?

There's all kinds of penises out there, you might be more normal than you think.

USA's STD Epidemic

Twenty million Americans a year are infected with an STD. The Doctors discuss the most common STDs and answer viewers' questions about how to reduce the risk of getting a sexually transmitted disease.

The Pros and Cons of Genetic Testing for Embryos

Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg, founder of the Fertility Institutes on Gender Selection and Family Balancing, weighs in on the benefits of using embryonic genetic testing.

7 Facts About Testicles That Will Make You Feel Weird

The poor beavers never had a chance.

Let's Actually Talk About Birth Control

Because we all have a lot of questions.

The Dangers of Old Wives' Tales' Birth Control Methods

Doctors found a surprising object growing inside a 22-year-old woman's vagina after she complained of abdominal pain. Find out what it was, and why she thought it would help prevent pregnancy!

Saving Yourself? How to Tell Your Loved One You're Still a Virgin

Dr. Rachael Ross of 'The Doctors' helps a 'Rachael Ray' viewer come up with the best way to tell her boyfriend that she's a virgin.

Can A Smoothie Improve Your Sex Life?

Is your sex life stuck in a rut? Dr. Rachael Ross of 'The Doctors's hares her 'Big O Smoothie' recipe that can help give your love life a little boost

Why You Should Worry About HPV

The Doctors discuss the dangers of the human papilloma virus. Plus, learn what you can do to minimize your risk of infection.

Is Abuse At The Root Of Addiction?

A new book suggests Hillary Clinton posited a correlation between Bill's difficult childhood and his sex addiction. We speak with abuse survivors and addiction experts about whether there's any truth to the connection.

Minister Opens Up About How Sex Abuse As A Child Made Him A Sex Addict

Dr. Mark Laaser joins Huffost Live and opens up about how being abused as a child made him a sex addict.

How You Can Tell If A Person You Know Might Have A Sex Addiction

A new book suggests Hillary Clinton posited a correlation between Bill's difficult childhood and his sex addiction. We speak with abuse survivors and addiction experts about whether there's any truth to the connection.

Dr. Ricky Gondhia's Contraception Advice

Dr. Ricky Gondhia discusses safe sex and answers questions about the most common methods of contraception.

It Might Be Steamy in There, but Is It Safe to Get Busy in a Hot Tub?

If your Summer is filled with raucous pool parties and steamy nights in the hot tub, it can be easy to get swept up in an amorous mood. Add a bikini and margarita to the mix, and suddenly, inhibitions are out the window. While a sexy night in a hot tub certainly sounds like a good idea, is it really? Find out if all that hot water and chlorine really does kill everything hanging out with you!

Foot Fetish Assault

A man was charged with assault after he approached a woman shopping at a Wal-Mart in North Carolina and asked if he could help her try on shoes. The woman said she thought the man was an employee, but then he asked to take a photo of her feet, and he put her foot in his mouth. The Doctors weigh in on when a fetish becomes a problem.

Inside The Penile Implant

No man wants to openly talk about dealing with erectile dysfunction, especially when it involves knives. But penile implants are a treatment option for men, so should more men be opting for this procedure or are pills the best way to go?

Why You Need To Take Your Penis Seriously

Dr. Bruce Garber and Steve Santagati join Caitlyn to discuss erectile dysfunction, sexual health for those with penises and whether or not penile implants are the best treatment option for those with sexual performance issues.

Should Birth Control Be Made Available in Schools?

Some schools are making morning-after pills and condoms available to students sometimes without parental consent in an effort to reduce teen pregnancy and STDs. "Parents worry if you give kids, teens, access to birth control, is that the green light to letting them rush out to have sex?" OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton says. The Doctors weigh in.

The Sex Ed Crisis, from Dan Savage

Dan Savage

There's No Such Thing As "The One" from Dan Savage

Dan Savage

On Campus: Condom Mishaps & Sex Week

HuffPost Live goes on campus to explore the latest sex and relationship trends at colleges across America: from condom mishaps to sex week, we cover (and uncover) it all!

Sex Week Hits College Campuses: 'It's Important To Open The Dialogue'

A panel joins Caitlyn to discuss sex week and the issue of sex ed in the United States.

New App Aims To Improve The STD Conversation

Hula is a free mobile app that allows users to find STD testing, get the results on their phone, and share their verified STD status. Should we applaud this app for promoting sexual health or is it pushing the boundaries of privacy?

On Campus: AIDS Awareness

April 10th is National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day. HuffPost Live goes on campus to speak with students about what they are doing to respond to the epidemic and educate their peers.

On Campus: Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day

April 10th is National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day. HuffPost Live goes on campus to speak with students about what they are doing to respond to the epidemic and educate their peers.

On Campus: Hula, The STD App

Hula is a free mobile app that allows users to find STD testing, get the results on their phone, and share their verified STD status. Should we applaud this app for promoting sexual health or is it pushing the boundaries of privacy?

Sex Ed In The South

The United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate for any country in the industrialized world. Administrators in Denmark, South Carolina, turned their county's pregnancy rate around. We find out how and what the rest of the country could learn.

Why Being Able To Sort HIV Negative People On Dating Sites Is Misleading

Jack Mackenroth, founder of Volttage.com, joins HuffPost Live to discuss how being able to sort HIV negative people on other dating sites can be misleading.
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