New research finds that an Asian American who presents as gay signals that he or she is fully invested in American culture.
Teenage girls are challenging the meaning and the traditional constraints of gender—but many boys are still trying to fit into a gender structure that has historically benefited them.
The latest academic hoax emerges from the same ideological position as the Trump administration's attack on trans rights.
There's a chance the sexual culture being cultivated by Millennials can diminish the environment of harassment and assault that's plagued so many workplaces.
If there's an upside to the government's failure to promote legitimate sex education, it's been the convergent rise of the local sex shop and the university seminar as two venues for frank and meaningful discussion.
For anyone who isn't a straight man, sexual education and the media can get sexuality wrong. Fan fiction is helping change that.
A meta-study finds "female Viagra" to have low-to-moderate benefits and side effects.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has some questions. Research can provide some answers.
Despite Blume’s best efforts, young people in the U.S. still lack adequate information about their bodies and sexuality—and they’re not alone.
A new study finds Americans’ sexual attitudes keep getting more liberal, but Millennials have pulled back a bit in terms of their number of sexual partners.
If a man donates a disproportionate amount of money to an attractive woman, other men will likely follow suit.
New research confirms that the color red sends a signal of sexual availability.
Sexuality is a fundamental component of the human experience, and it's one we need to have a better understanding of.
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.
Despite its prevalence—36 percent of U.S. adults have practiced it in some form—BDSM remains stigmatized in U.S. culture.
The biggest issue is not surgery, nor hormonal treatments, nor even the criminal lack of psychological support. The biggest issue is shame, and how no one deals with it in a way that lets people know there is nothing to be ashamed of.
New research suggests women aren’t automatically opposed to sexual imagery in advertisements, but they do object when it is used to sell cheap products.