New pornography regulations in the United Kingdom seem to be little more than the latest in a series of campaigns against female sexuality.
It went against most everything scientists thought they knew at the time, but when Cornell University researchers studied the mating habits of bobolinks 30 years ago, they saw that it wasn’t just the males who were fooling around on the side. The females were too—and for good reason.
Forget how friends, family, and others feel. People even tend to view their partners more favorably than their partners view themselves.
Even though I don't identify as a furry.
One mother makes up for the gaps in sex education.
Researchers of fraternal birth order effect argue that sexual orientation correlates with an individual’s number of older brothers. Could this help to explain the homophobia of some traditional religious societies?
Do warmer temperatures get us all hot and bothered?
Of kinks, crimes, and kinds: A look behind the scenes at how the American Psychiatric Association's Paraphilias Sub-Work Group proposed revisions to the DSM for all manner of things relating to sexual arousal brought about by atypical objects, situations, or individuals.
As a way to politicize the issue, most media coverage of birth-control methods is focused on the potential complications of use, but far more women experience positive benefits, including cancer prevention and menstrual regulation.
From sacrificial sex-robot mice to Pippa Middleton, the quest for a magical love potion has taken some weird turns.
As artificial intelligence advances and our toys become more and more like us, we must consider the ethics of extracting pleasure from the machines.
We all know scrotal testicles evolved to keep sperm cooler than the rest of the body, but evolutionary psychology's activation hypothesis explains so much more.