New research argues that when we have sex on our minds, we are more likely to ‘bend the truth’ about ourselves to appear more desirable to potential mates.
A new study searches for the molecular mechanism at the core of compulsive sexual behavior. Changes in the regulation of two genes may be key, it suggests.
Recent evidence suggests that relationship dynamics tend to remain unchanged across different intimate partnerships, despite our expectations of change.
There are many biological reasons that sex is pleasurable for males and females. In this article, we examine how sex affects both the body and the brain.
What is polyamory, who practices it, and what are its main challenges? In this Spotlight feature, four polyamorous people explain the facts.
Masturbation is normal and healthy. However, it may be a problem if it impacts other areas of a personâ€™s life. Tips to stop masturbating include avoiding pornography and getting lots of exercise. Learn more here.