Woman have monkeys to thank, researchers say
The 'sex tech' entrepreneur explains how her real world sex model is educating people on the important differences between porn and reality
'Being nice' doesn't necessarily work but being 'truly responsive' to a partner's needs makes the relationship feel 'special and unique', scientist says
The fig leaf of science, inserted hurriedly every so often, was a meagre cover for an intellectually bankrupt commission
'While some women spoke about faking orgasm in positive ways, for instance, as a pleasurable experience that heightened their own arousal, many talked about feigning pleasure in the context of unwanted and unpleasurable sexual experiences'
Partners frequently experience pornography consumption as a deceptive form of betrayal and infidelity
A list of common traits and behaviors that can make it harder to impress the object of your affection
The real shaggers these days are divorced middle-aged women, the fastest growing group of single mums
A spike in cases is thought to be particularly affecting gay and bisexual men
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
But their preferred choice of bigger, better-fed females could be increasing the chances of future generations of males being eaten like their fathers
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