The study also found that women are more likely to do most of the housework in heterosexual couples than their male partners are, even when they work longer hours and earn more
You can spot them easily in the movies — the couple that's so clearly meant for each other. But in real life, it can be harder to detect a perfect match.
Some argue that technology has an immensely positive influence on our closest relationships
NSPCC warns children risk 'being stripped of their childhoods'
We observed a weak negative impact of inducing people to have more sex on mood
Once a deeply shameful taboo in society, stigma around masturbation is lessening, with scientists claiming it comes with a number of key health benefits
Study adds to a growing body of research on the nonphysical characteristics that can make men attractive to women
The researchers found the reverse trend in men as they report watching pornography less often after getting married
'The genetic mechanism explaining the occurrence of same-sex sexual behaviour that we demonstrate in these beetles could apply equally well in very different animals'
'Finding a partner who is first and foremost a friend can have myriad benefits'
Men who watch safe sex are more likely to engage in safe sex, study finds
Teens are actually having less sex now than they were in the 1990s
Scientists are increasingly realising that sexual milestones are not just driven by social factors
Ammanda Major, a counsellor at relationship advice service Relate, considers what to do if feel uncomfortable with your partner's x-rated habit
A consultation document suggests people trying the act may not really want to do it
As the organisation of sex lives becomes less of a taboo, the market for sex parties is booming.