The hookups may be exciting, but they’re ultimately anti-climactic for many women
Masters and Johnson revolutionized sex research in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Here what we’re learning about sex now.
Up to 15% of women apparently experience orgasm as a fringe benefit of physical exertion. Crunches, anyone?
An orgasm has now been imaged in 3D video in the brain as it happens — and for possibly the first time in the history of science, women came first.
Masculinity is a delicate flower. Easily wilted, it needs constant care and nurturing, as any wife or girlfriend of a man well knows. And that may mean keeping a distance from a man’s friends.
That old chestnut about women always wanting to cuddle? Myth, according to a Kinsey Institute study, which finds that kissing and hugging were more important to the happiness of men than of women.
Passion can be as much a part of pregnancy as an expanding waistline, according to a review of studies on sex and its effect on a woman’s womb.