At Bespoke Surgical, we are committed to educating our patients and community about the healthiest sexual practices for themselves and for their partners – whether that be through providing proper education around anal play in our Tales from the Tail series, Dr. Evan Goldstein’s advocacy work, or any other initiative we take on. Lately, living
In recent years, the body confidence movement has found its stride across social media. Many young people are working to dismantle body ideals communicated by the media, and to instead find confidence from within. Here at Bespoke Surgical, we’ve seen firsthand just how much body image issues can impact a healthy sex life. Worrying about
What are Kegels? Kegels are pelvic floor muscle exercises for men and women. The Pelvic floor muscles are like a hammock between the pubic bone and coccyx bone and form a bowl shape of muscles that control urination, defecation, internal organ support, core support, and help with sexual function. Kegel exercises are designed to increase
Bespoke Surgical has always been about the butt, but when it comes to anal sex, why should all the responsibility fall into the hands of the bottom? Tops should come to the bedroom with a full understanding of the ins and outs (pun intended) of the proper mechanics and the science behind bottoming. Bottoming
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.
Bespoke Surgical is proud to announce the recipient of our 2018 “Advocacy for LGBTQ+” scholarship. Congratulations to James van Kuilenburg, a student at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania! James is majoring in history with a double minor in political science and gender and sexuality studies. He said this scholarship means he will be able
Learning about the ‘birds and the bees’ is a natural part of growing up, and everyone learns the ins and outs a little differently. But, there is often a debate on what should be taught in schools and what should (and usually shouldn’t) be included in the curriculum. For much of the country, that