9 Sex and Relationship Videos You HAVE to Watch Right Now

This article is a part of Her Campus Northwestern's Sex and Relationships week - a week full of themed articles and content on sex, relationships and female empowerment through your body!

Sex. It’s a topic that makes a lot of people flinch away or stutter and avert all eye contact awkwardly until the subject changes to something they’re more comfortable with. But, it’s perfectly alright to feel a little out of place in the conversation when it comes to talking about sex. In fact, self-proclaimed “YouTuber, history grad, sex positive, feminist, Hufflepuff” Hannah Witton has created a whole YouTube channel for people who just don’t know where to turn when they have a question about sex or relationships.

Hannah has been making YouTube videos since 2009 and even created popular series like “The Hormone Diaries” and “Drunk Advice,” available on her YouTube channel. The 25-year-old British YouTuber has even written a book on the topic of sex and relationships entitled Doing It: Let’s Talk About Sex… in which she talks about everything from sexting and virginity to consent. Not only is she knowledgeable, but Hannah discusses these topics and more in her videos in a way that is friendly, open and real. Whether you have a question about your current relationship or you’re just looking for some tips on how to better manage your period, Hannah just might have a video to help you out.

In honor of Her Campus NU’s Sex & Relationships Week, I’ve compiled a list of some of Hannah’s best videos covering everything from boobs to sex toys to why you feel like your body hates you if you’re on your period. Because her videos range from topic to topic, it’s difficult to rank them in any kind of way. So, here’s a list of a few that are definitely worth spending five or 10 minutes of your day on. Who knows? You just might find an answer to a question you never even knew you had!

10 Masturbation Hacks

Why to watch: Kicking off this list, one of Hannah's most recent videos is in celebration of Masturbation May (which is apparently a real thing)! It's not every day you get valid advice from someone on this subject, so maybe Hannah has some advice you never considered.

Big Boobs Vs Small Boobs

Why to watch: Hannah discusses in detail the benefits of big boobs and small boobs and why all boobs are the perfect size.

Trying a Menstrual Cup for the First Time!

Why to watch: It's pretty much in the title, but Hannah gives a first-hand account of what it's like to try a menstrual cup for the first time and the struggles that you might face if you try it out, too. 

The Truth About Being Single 

Why to watch: A personal favorite, Hannah discusses the pressure of being alone and finding "the one" and all the other expectations that come from other people when you tell them you're living the single life.

How to Hack Online Dating!

Why to watch: Ever wonder why your Tinder profile just isn't getting as many right swipes as you hoped? Find out what you can do to get more matches!

Getting to Know Your Vagina...

Why to watch: You'd be surprised how many people don't know the anatomy of their own bodies. And if that's you, then it's okay! Let Hannah teach you what's going on down there. 

Sexual Experimentation

Why to watch: Ever thought about experimenting with your sexuality? In this video, Hannah gives some good and bad reasons to experiment so you know when to avoid making a bad decision and when to go for it!

Do I Look Like a Slut?

Why to watch: In this fantastic and funny video that everyone should watch, Hannah proves that 'slut' is a concept no one has to live by.

16 Boob Hacks — Comfort + Bra Advice

Why to watch: These bra and comfort hacks for your boobs might just save your day. At the very least, you'll learn a ton of things you never knew about supporting your boobs.

There are so many videos that didn't make the list but are most definitely worth a watch, so feel free to check out Hannah Witton’s videos on YouTube, and don’t be afraid to share the videos and ask more questions about sex and relationships. It just might start a conversation between you and your friends that could be helpful to everyone in the long run.