Sex

Let's talk about sex baby, let's talk about you and me... Everyone has <em>some</em> experience with sex — after all, it's the only way to make a human! But it's also a super complex subject with virtually infinite information. From what to look out for, to what healthy practices everyone should take into consideration, check out below for all the information you need to know about sex:

Myths About the Morning After Pill
Most of us have heard of emergency contraception, but we may be fuzzy on the details of how it actually works and exactly what it does to a woman's body. Here, we break down fact from fiction.
The Truth About &quot;Friends with Benefits&quot;

Anyone who’s gone to college (or, heck, anyone) is probably familiar with the concept, but what does science have to say about these ambiguous relationships? And what “benefit” (besides the obvious one) do they really bring to our lives?

Does love at first sight really exist? How much sex is too much sex? We've rounded up our top stories on all things love, sex, and romance to give you everything you want and need to know.

Research suggests that watching porn can make viewers more prone to sexist attitudes and behaviors. But don't set up porn-blocking filters just yet — turns out the subject is way more complicated than you might think.
From its Victorian origins as a doctor’s tool to contemporary versions that sync to music, the history of the vibrator is fascinating, hysterical, and downright strange. We delve into the vibrator’s origins and explore how it’s perceived and used today.
When it comes to casual sex, recent studies have shown women are more likely to regret having it and less likely to have an orgasm during it. Are researchers’ conclusions about their findings missing the mark?

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COLUMN: In the first of a series of columns on modern relationships, psychiatrist Dr. Mark Banschick explains why intimacy is so appealing — and so difficult.

The FDA has officially approved the use of Plan B, a form of contraception taken the morning after intercourse, as a non-prescription product for women and girls of all ages.

Looking for a little extra love this Valentine’s Day? We’ve dug deep to find out if aphrodisiacs really do the trick behind closed doors.

From its Victorian origins as a doctor’s tool to contemporary versions that sync to music, the history of the vibrator is fascinating, hysterical, and downright strange. We delve into the vibrator’s origins and explore how it’s perceived and used today.

Contraception is key for a healthy sex life. Here's everything you (and your partner) need to know to make time between the sheets the safest (and baby-free) as possible.

Doing your freak thang never looked so green! Sex isn't always sustainable, but easy changes can have Mother Nature feeling good in no time. Read on for tips to make your sex life more eco-friendly.

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