- The post-sex blues affects both men and women with feelings of sadness, anxiety, and even crying spells.
- A new study suggests that past research on the benefits of monogamy may be biased, and polygamous relationships are just as successful as traditional marriages.
- New research suggests that men take almost sole responsibility for making a woman orgasm, and when she doesn't, they view this as an insult to their masculinity.
- A new study has suggested that the "afterglow" from a single act of sex can last for up to two days, and this afterglow may play a crucial role in bonding couples.
- UK Superdrug company shows effects of Viagra on the penis from minutes to hours.
- Some surprising new results about teens hooking up.
- New research suggests that attractive men may be more likely to jump from partner to partner than those who aren't so desirable.
- The sexual benefits of being circumcised, from greater sexual pleasure to lasting longer in bed.
- People have a lot of questions about sex, and they're turning to Google for the answers. Here are the 5 most-searched questions.
- It's difficult to figure out how long the average penis is, since men everywhere tend to lie. Here's a guide, by country, showing who lies about size the most.
- Americans have hit a dry spell. Even millennials are having less sex, according to new study — although science has shown that having more sex is better for your health.
- New research has found that porn watchers can generally be split into three groups, but only one of these groups is considered to have "healthy habits."
Sexual health is a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction or infirmity. Sexual health requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, free of coercion, discrimination and violence.