• Discussing Monogamy and Non-Monogamy: Taking a Balanced Approach

    Aliza Saraco-Polner sheds light on the social and biological bases for monogamous and non-monogamous relationships in humans.

  • How I became a…Sex Research Fellow

    Part of our "How I Became A . . ." series: Justin Garcia, a Research Fellow at the Kinsey Institute, tells his story.

  • Using Simulation To Understand STI Transmission

    Guest Blogger Emily Nagoski gives a primer on 'agent based modeling' and how it may help to predict STI transmission risk.

  • Friends With Benefits: The Ideal, The Reality

    Aliza Saraco-Polner talks to relationship researcher Justin Garcia to discover the knotted reality among 'No-Strings-Attached' relationships

  • So, What Does It Mean To “Hook Up”?

    Across college campuses, more students are hooking up, a vaguely defined set of sexual practices that typically occur outside of dating or a relationship.

  • Tough Crowd? College Students’ Attitudes Toward Casual Sex

    Some young people and scholars have begun celebrating the emergence of the new "hook up" culture. A new study indicates these celebrations may be premature.

  • Hooking Up: Today’s Rewards For The 1960s Sexual Revolution

    The Sexual Revolution of the 1960s, aided by women's and gay liberation movements, have made for greater acceptance of casual sex, or "hooking up", on campuses.