Should teen sexting — the sending and receiving of nude photos — be considered criminal behavior or youthful indiscretion along the lines of spin the bottle and playing doctor?
Did a sexual revolution, led by low-ranking males and faithful females, lay down the roots of the modern family?
Eureka! A retired professor of gynecology is claiming to have found anatomical proof of the existence of the “G-spot,” the quasi-mythical erogenous zone that is said to bring on vaginal orgasms in some women.
Watch out, Viagra! The hormone oxytocin may also improve sexual function — at least in men with Asperger’s syndrome — according to a published case report.
Swooning fans of the erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey — critics call it “mommy porn” — meet author E.L. James and explain why, as one woman put it, you can have “an orgasm just from reading the book.” Watch the video, above, and read TIME’s story about James here.
Men who strike up a conversation with a fertile woman are less likely to match her sentence structure. Researchers say it’s an effort to be “non-conforming” in the quest to land a mate.
Teens who received sex-ed instruction in school waited longer to have sex than those who hadn’t learned about abstinence and contraception.
If you’re a social media junkie, you likely share plenty of your personal life online already. But are you “checking in” when you have sex?
In France, Social Security funds la rééducation périnéale, up to 20 sessions of physical therapy intended to firm and tone the postnatal pelvic floor. The humiliation is apparently worth it.
Condoms and vasectomies are so yesterday. Researchers are working on a way to zap sperm to control male fertility.
Filmmakers are threatening to leave the nation’s porn capital because of a new law requiring condom use on set.
Gaby Rodriguez’s mother got pregnant for the first time at age 14. Her sisters got pregnant as teens too. Rodriguez decided to buck the trend — and get creative at the same time