Chlamydia and Gonorrhea News
Public health authorities announced recommendations about testing for these STIs — a Nurx expert explains what it means for you.
Ethical Non-Monogamy, A Beginner’s Guide
Feeling limited by monogamy? Thinking about thrupling up? In her latest Sex Ed for Adults, contributing educator Cassandra Corrado talks about re-imagining your sex life in a safe and consensual way.
“What I Wish I’d Known About HIV”
A young cis woman with HIV shares her story anonymously with the Nurx community to make the message of HIV testing and prevention hit home.
Ready for Post-Vax Summer . . Or Not?
Sex educator Logan Levkoff has advice on post-vaccine sex and dating, whether you're dipping your toe or diving back in.
Meet Nurx NP Joni Gunzburger
This Nurx medical provider shares her insider insights on birth control, STI testing and the questions you should always ask.
Meet Nurx Doctor Betty Acker
This OB-GYN has a lot of myths to bust (and truths to share) about women's health.
4 Facts About Women and HIV
Nurx HIV and STI expert Emily Rymland shares things too few women talk about when it comes to HIV.
Meet Nurx NP Allison Palcsesz
This New Jersey-based medical provider has thoughts on what health things patients should (and shouldn't) stress about.
Our Best Self-Love Advice
This Valentine's Day send love your way by following this advice from our medical team and favorite experts.
Baby Making + Infertility Explained by an Expert
An OB-GYN and reproductive endocrinologist from Spring Fertility busts some myths and offers insights into making sure you can become a parent if and when you’re ready.
5 Types of TLC You Need Right Now
Sexual wellness educators Kimbritive dish out essential end of 2020 self-care advice (because we all need it!)
College Sex During Covid
Our college correspondent reports on how the pandemic has impacted an important part of higher education: Sex and dating.
Advice from an STI Expert
Dr. Ina Park, author of a new book on sexually transmitted infections, shares her take on Tinder, "the talk," and how often to get tested.