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# let's talk about sex

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Masturbation, sex toys and multiple partners: Emails show how the HSE drafted its Covid-19 sex guidelines
The guidelines were drafted late in March after a radio interview by the HSE’s Chief Clinical Officer.
'Only be sexually active with someone you live with': HSE's advice on sex during the coronavirus crisis
The HSE’s sexual wellbeing website has laid out all you need to know.
'He heralded a huge change in Irish life': How Gay Byrne brought sex to Irish TV
The broadcaster passed away yesterday aged 85.
Why men say they've had more lifetime sexual partners than women
Men in a new survey reported an average of 14 partners over their lifetime while women reported seven.
'Religious groups shouldn't be involved in sex education'
Proposed legislation seeks to remove religious ethos from sex education in schools.
9 things that won't be included in the new sex education curriculum
You can’t teach someone to be prepared for when Mambo No. 5 accidentally comes on shuffle.
Opinion: It's been a poor start to Enda's national conversation about porn
There have been a lot of questionable claims about porn in the past fortnight, writes Caroline Ryan.
Opinion: 'I'll lend Enda one of my DVDs so he can see what's out there in the world of porn'
Porn is not sex education, but it’s where people look for information when faced with silence, writes scholar in sexuality studies Caroline Ryan.
Is sex after alcohol different to sex after cannabis? According to a study, yes
Researchers from NYU studied how alcohol and marijuana affected sexual experiences.
'Having sex is a fabulous thing, but in the right environment, with the right person'
Ellen O’Malley-Dunlop talks about her life, her work, consent and why she’s running for the Seanad.
Here's how the government is going to help people have safer sex
A whopping 60% of Irish people have never been tested for a sexually transmitted disease.
How far can you get through this video without feeling awkward?
Some viewing for your mid-morning break.
A Yes Equality campaigner was asked on live radio about sex between two men
Isaac Burke of Mandate for Marriage wanted to talk about sex.