• Cheating Or Non-Monogamy? The Difference May Matter For Health

    A new study of gay relationships in SF finds that nearly half of the couples maintain “open relationships,” and nearly half are monogamous - few are discrepant.

  • Q&A: He Masturbates In His Sleep And Says Another Person’s Name

    Some people experience sleep disorders that cause them to masturbate or attempt to have sex with other people, while they themselves are asleep.

  • Q&A: I Fantastize About My Wife Having Sex With Other Men

    Fantasies in which a man fantasizes about his wife cheating with another man may be called “cuckoldry” fantasies or “hotwife” fantasies.

  • Q&A: Is It Normal To Fantasize About Having Sex With Random Women?

    In fantasy, you can explore sides of yourself without having to worry about what is politically correct or who is actually available to you in real life.

  • Q&A: Is It Possible To Get Pregnant From A Man’s Pre-Ejaculate?

    In today's podcast, Dr. Debby Herbenick explains where pre-ejaculate comes from, and she tries to help a woman determine the father of her baby.

  • Colbert Takes An Inside Look At Affairs & Monogamy

    The Kinsey Institute was featured on a Colbert Report piece on men's affairs - are humans really designed to be monogamous?

  • Q&A: Vaginal Size, Cheating And Arousal: Did Her Vagina Get Wider?

    Dr. Debby Herbenick answers a male reader's question about the changing shape of the vagina during arousal and if vaginas get larger through sexual activity.