A Yale University study says traditional gender roles can hurt your sex life.
Despite our fantasies of Don Draper or Christian Grey, it's most likely a Michael Cera type who will be able to satisfy us the most sexually. A new Yale University study published in the Sex Roles journal (yes, that exists) found that men who believe they need to be dominant during playtime are less comfortable asking women about their sexual needs.
A new sex study claims unsafe sex fights depression Don't throw away condoms until you read this.
I often remind my online community why having an active sex life, which includes several orgasms each week, may add healthy, happy years to your life. Medical researchers have reported for decades that frequent sex leading to orgasm boosts your immune system, burns calories, builds your supply of sex hormones, relieves pain and keeps men and women looking youthful.
New medical research claims that having unprotected sex decreases depression in women. Why?
Study says that condom use (or non-use) has nothing to do with drunkenness. So no more excuses.
One would think that, after years of condom-on-banana sex ed in our schools, we'd finally get that condom use is kind of a smart idea. And when I say "kind of," I really mean "just wrap it up, you idiots."
He's super annoying, but you can't stop thinking about bearing his children. Why does this happen?
I've long called it the orgasm curse—that thing that happens after great sex with a guy. He immediately goes from an insignificant satellite orbiting your universe to the goddamn sun itself. But why? A new study done at Rutgers University explored what exactly goes on in our bodies during orgasm that makes us insane.
New study also says aggressive, prehistoric pick-up tactics work for those seeking casual sex.
Ladies, how do you prefer to be approached by a man? There is surely no single answer to such a question—unless, of course, you're talking about a one-night stand, according to a new study. It claims that when it comes to casual sex, women prefer straightforward and aggressive pick-up tactics, and men are more than willing to deliver them.
A new study, cleverly branded "The Sunny Side of Smut," says porn could deter sexual violence.
The question of whether porn is dangerous or harmless is one that society has had trouble answering for some time. A recent, rather controversial article in Newsweek suggested that men who buy sex, including pornography, are more likely to be criminals, including engage in violent sexual behavior. But the Scientific American says the opposite: porn could actually lower the amount of sexual violence.
"Johns" are also eight times more likely to say they would rape a woman if they could.
Paying for sex is widely derided in this country, but does it mean a man is dangerous? According to a controversial Newsweek article, men who buy sex not only harbor violent tendencies, but maintain a dehumanizing attitude toward women.