Sriha Srinivasan teaches comprehensive sex education on TikTok to make talking about sex fun.
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“Inevitably, multiple patients will come to my office every day apologizing for various things.”
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‘Bridgerton’ has dominated Netflix and the minds of everyone watching — but let’s be honest about what we all are really seduced by: the sex.
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Why is it that when talking about sex, we cannot seem to exclude baseball terminology?