Study shows sexual fetishes can be learned 'like languages'
With clear boundaries breaking from monogamy can work - but be prepared for the potential fallout, says Relate counsellor Ammanda Major
90 per cent of women surveyed who used contraception had had sex recently
Researchers also uncovered whether marriage and children make a difference
Female virginity, we’re increasingly told, is a psychological rather than a physical condition. It’s not something that can be “lost” or “taken”.
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Christmas Eve and New Year bring lots of customers, but the festive period also brings more raids than usual. And there's a marked difference between my new customers and those who have been loyal to me all year round
Masturbation is the 'most successful' way for women to achieve orgasm
Until the last decade, many young people with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition were not expected to live into adulthood. Now improvements in medicine and technology have changed all that for children with conditions such as duchenne muscular or spinal muscular atrophy which cause serious degeneration of muscles and nerves, or genetic disorders, such as cystic fibrosis.
Senior managers were the most likely to hook up with a colleague
I have read a first novel in which the sex act was likened to an airport security scanner
Video showing the students' reactions racks up almost 200,000 views in just over one week
New smartphone apps are offering a unique insight into women's sexual preferences
Report from The Children's Society highlights the scale of the problem in England and Wales
New report reveals that the birth rate tails off significantly nine months after a particularly hot day
Last night’s BBC3 documentary was full of flaws, but it did start a conversation about consent