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Join us for engaging, educational programs in a relaxed, informal setting this fall.  Come by yourself, with a partner, or with friends! Registration is free, and each program runs from 7-8:30 p.m. in our offices at 1 Robertson Dr., Suite 25, Bedminster, NJ. Pre-registration is required because seating is limited.  Please call 908-722-1632 to register. Sept. 29, […]

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NJ Center for Sexual Wellness partner Melanie Davis, PhD, appears in a short documentary on older women and sexuality. The film, created by a video journalist Jenise Morgan, encourages women to enjoy and honor their sexuality.  Watch the film. If you want to increase your sexual knowledge, pleasure, or health, call us at 908-532-0144. We’re […]

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What do adults want to know about sex? A new sexuality education website titled WhatTheyAreAsking.com knows.  Born out of the experiences of professional educators, the site illustrates the importance of sex education throughout the lifespan.  NJCSW partner Melanie Davis is a contributing sex educator featured on the site. Every day, the website posts three question […]

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By Melanie Davis, PhD, CSE One of my favorite activities as an educator is to host “Ask the Expert” sessions. During these programs, I collect questions that adults have written anonymously on index cards. I’d like to share some of the questions I was asked at a recent event attended by adult women. We tried a […]

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An email is floating around the internet with a list of “old time” TV shows and links to popular clips.  A friend who forwarded the email to me wrote that he enjoyed reminiscing about their wholesome and positive values. He asked for my perspective on today’s TV shows and their possible impact on teen viewers’ […]

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Condoms can enhance sexual enjoyment or limit it — depending on the size and shape of condom you select. Dr. Paul Joannides, author of “Guide to Getting It On,” has posted a terrific video that explains the whys and wherefores of new condom shapes and sizes.  Watch it here. While Dr. Joannides’ video is about […]

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What would it mean to you to have “better sex” than you’re having now? What would you need to do differently? How about having sex at least once or twice weekly? There are health benefits to having sex. It gives your heart and lungs a workout, gets blood moving in your capillaries, and releases hormones […]

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A new study finds that college students actually would like to date, but they actually hook up at about twice as often as they date. Definitions for “hooking up” range from kissing an acquaintance or stranger to having sexual intercourse. For this study’s purposes, the researchers defined a hookup as sexual intercourse that occurs once, […]

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