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Countless people experience painful penetration, and the reasons for it are wildly varied: menopause, cancer treatment, vaginismus, newly constructed vagina, and dryness, to name just a few.� And beyond the fact that so many people have this problem, there's an (arguably) even bigger problem:� the vast cultural silence around women not enjoying sex.� Well, that's not entirely accurate -- there's certainly plenty of misogynist chow-chow to be read/heard about women being "uptight," and medical case studies of "frigidity."� But even in sex-positive communities, where's the supportive, non-jargon information about women not enjoying vaginal penetration?Sure, we're all for women enjoying sex, and creating sex lives that serve our every desire and need, but not to the point where we feel ashamed for not enjoying it!� With that in mind, we've got a new How-To article up:� From Painful Sex to Pleasurable Sex.� Check it out for some ideas on how to overcome the pain and/or discomfort many people associate with penetration, or for some affirmation that penetration doesn't have to be the main event (or even an event at all) during sex.� After all, there's an entire universe of sensation that has nothing to do with vaginal penetration, and we invite you to start adventuring.We want sex to be everything you want it to be for yourself, so read on!