Dr. Evan Goldstein
First off, we all have ‘em—hemorrhoids that is. Their mechanism and function is to cushion the anal region due to the increased pressures occurring with both defecation and anal play, all in the hopes of preventing injury.
May 08, 2018 by Dr. Evan Goldstein
I spend a lot of time educating my clients on the right way to begin engaging as a bottom, but after years of anal play, something else many bottoms are concerned with is the possibility of loosening up their sphincters too much.
April 05, 2018 by Dr. Evan Goldstein
It’s safe to say that in recent years, sex toys have come out of the closet and into the mainstream. More people than ever are talking and writing about using sex toys in a sex-positive way, both alone and with a partner.
March 09, 2018 by Dr. Evan Goldstein
Sex may be something that nearly everyone does, but the way each person prepares for it is not necessarily the same. When it comes to anal sex particularly, the type of preparation can be even more specific and can vary by the role of the person participating.
February 05, 2018 by Dr. Evan Goldstein
Bespoke Surgical is proud to announce the recipient of our 2018 “Advocacy for LGBTQ+” scholarship. Congratulations to James van Kuilenburg, a student at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania!
December 04, 2017 by Dr. Evan Goldstein
When a patient goes to see a doctor for the first time, their medical history is often one of the very first things discussed. We’ve all filled out forms or answered questions about our allergies, previous surgeries, and family history of certain illnesses. By having this information, doctors can provide better care for patients. But, talking to your physician specifically about your sexual history and your current habits can be an uncomfortable subject.
December 01, 2017 by Dr. Evan Goldstein
Learning about the ‘birds and the bees’ is a natural part of growing up, and everyone learns the ins and outs a little differently. But, there is often a debate on what should be taught in schools and what should (and usually shouldn’t) be included in the curriculum. For much of the country, that means not including topics on LGBT sex education, which includes same-sex relationships and same-sex intercourse.
November 30, 2017 by Dr. Evan Goldstein