A new women’s garment company is developing a line of stylish rape resistant clothing. Have gender relations come to this?
Love & Relationships
It’s not easy to calm down and think straight during a heated exchange, but wives who do may have happier marriages.
Online dating — as well as regular dating — is a very segregated activity, but a new study suggests that it may not take much to break racial and ethnic barriers.
Strong relationships are built on communication, or so the experts say. So digital relationships fueled by a torrent of texts should be ironclad, right?
Too much time plugged in can contribute to cyberbullying and exchanging inappropriate content.
Is your partner slowing his stride? It may mean he’s smitten.
According to the latest surveys, 11% of Americans say they have looked online for love. But that doesn’t mean that daters are happy with what they find.
Men with deeper voices have an advantage in attracting women, but mostly if they’re looking for a fling, new research suggests.
What is the point, really, of kissing? Humans make such a big deal of it, but almost no other animals smooch.
Add another group to the list of those facing higher costs under Obamacare — pets.
We like to think we’re a progressive society that is accepting of all sexual orientations, but the latest survey shows anti-gay sentiment is higher than we think, and current methods for assessing attitudes about sexuality are …
A new paper published in the journal Human Nature finds that transgendered men were often seen as an asset in some societies.
Masters and Johnson revolutionized sex research in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Here what we’re learning about sex now.