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The Average Number of Sexual Partners Across America

We’ve all gotten the question. You know, the one that makes you panic, squirm, and run quick mental calculations, hoping your answer is acceptable. What’s your number? And, no, we don’t mean your credit score. We’re talking about your number of sexual partners. It isn’t easy to be honest about. Too many partners and you

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America’s Favorite Sex Positions

As humans, we’re creatures of habit. Once we find a few go-to sex positions that tickle our fancy, we soon find ourselves cycling through the same ones over and over. For many, a healthy rotation of tried-and-true sex positions is preferred because these are the positions that we genuinely enjoy most with our partners or

The United States of Bidets - A Survey
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Why Americans Don’t Use Bidets (And Why We Should)

If you’ve ever taken a trip overseas, you know that culture shock can be very real. Different etiquette around tipping and different local cuisines are waiting to surprise Americans wherever they go. One less-talked-about culture shock faced by many Americans is their discovery of a bidet in their hotel bathroom overseas. Many stare confusedly at

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New Year, New A**

Year in and year out, especially during the holiday season, I make an attempt to play Santa–listening to all my client’s naughty (and nice) bedroom wish lists. And just like Santa’s sled, our asses break down every now and again. But while Santa may cheer “Ho! Ho! Ho!”, Bespoke Surgical treats anal injuries (and whatever

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Sex Product Spending Across The U.S.

Advertisers will tell you that “sex sells” just about any product on the market, but when it comes to the sex product industry, what’s really making a splash in our shifting culture around sex. In recent years, mainstream pop culture has started to move toward a more “sex-positive” outlook, bringing various issues out of the

The state of oral sex in America
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The State of Oral Sex in America

Oral sex is just one way to give or receive pleasure, so why are there so many opinions, feelings, and stereotypes surrounding the topic? Because we’re human, of course. And humans and sex have a complex relationship, to say the least! You may have noticed that we don’t mind talking about sex at Bespoke Surgical.

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How Often Do Americans Masturbate?

According to Thomas Lacquer’s 2003 book, Solitary Sex: A Cultural History of Masturbation, masturbation as we know it was invented in 1713. By that, he meant that while masturbation may have always existed, it was only in the early 18th century that the phenomenon was named a new “disease,” creating a “nearly universal engine for

The Best Cities for Gay Dating
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The Best Cities for Gay Dating

Living in a place with a vibrant dating scene is important for most single individuals, young and old. With such an environment, it can be easier to find a potential significant other, or simply explore the area with someone who doesn’t fall in the “friend” category. Romantic relationships aren’t everything — but they’re certainly an

The Most Popular Queer Eye Member By US Region
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The Most Popular Queer Eye Member In Every State

Queer Eye Season 3 is set to hit Netflix on March 15 and the announcement has fans of the Emmy-winning show excited about catching up on all the heartwarming stories and life-changing makeover goodness with the Fab Five. After all, who doesn’t enjoy a good binge-watching session? The show has propelled the members of the

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The Experience of Coming Out for LGBTQ+ Individuals

National Coming Out Day is observed each year on October 11th as a way to celebrate individuals coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or another identity (LGBTQ+). It began on October 11th 1988, exactly a year after the 1987 March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights took place and half a