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W e talked with Tara Ford, a physician assistant at the Medical Center for Female Sexuality in Purchase, New York, to learn everything you should know about having sex during menstruation — the good, the bad, and the slightly messy. Arousal is different for every woman, and some may be too distracted by their period and its annoyances to actually get in the mood for sex. But for others, menstruation could actually be a turn-on of sorts. Plus, your flow can serve as extra lubrication during sex, which can also increase pleasure.
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Nearly half of women skip all genital activity during their time of the month, found a survey from period-tracking app Clue. It's time to stop shorting yourself of period sex. For one, you're likely off-the-rails horny , due to shifting hormonal levels. Second, having sex during this, uh, intimate time can make you feel even closer to your partner, adds certified sex therapist Holly Richmond, PhD.
Alison really enjoys having sex during her period. Not only is she "definitely hornier" at that point in her cycle, the year-old from Brisbane doesn't see why she should miss out. Georgia Grace, a certified sex coach, says the stigma around period sex exists because it's "two taboos coming together". It's not for everyone — and that's OK. Cultural reasons, for example, can influence someone's lack of desire for period sex.