• Mama Needs Some Sugar: How Parents Can Maintain A Sex Life

    Guest blogger Christine Leistner describes benefits of sex for new parents and ways to keep the passion simmering when you have many pots on the stove.

  • Q&A: Have I Been Desensitized To Sex?

    You may be surprised at the number of women and men who remember doing sexual things, alone or with friends around their same age, when they were younger.

  • Q&A: My Son Is Struggling With Gender Identity. How Can I Help?

    Your son is fortunate to have such a supportive parent who is motivated to identify resources for information as well as support and kindness.

  • Q&A: I Don’t Produce Semen When I Climax.

    Retrograde ejaculation is not harmful in and of itself. If sperm enter the bladder, they will come out the next time the man urinates.

  • The Changing Definition Of Family: Results From A Multiyear Survey

    Is there a natural, universal definition of what makes a family? Nope. A new study finds that the definition of "family" varies and changes over time.

  • Same-Sex Couples Make Good Parents, Possibly Better Parents

    Research on the impact of parents' sexual orientation on their children has indicated that the children of same-sex couples are just as healthy and happy.