• Predicting Orgasm and Sexual Enjoyment for College-Age Women

    In a recently published study, women reported more orgasm and sexual enjoyment in committed relationships than in hookups.

  • Q&A: Do My Wife & I Have Too Many Orgasms?

    Although vaginal intercourse is perhaps the most common/frequently practiced sexual behavior among male-female couples, that's not the case for all couples.

  • Q&A: Can Men Experience Multiple Orgasms?

    Having multiple orgasms is essentially about learning to separate the experience of ejaculating from the experience of orgasm.

  • Technologasm?! The Rise of Teledildonics and Adult Haptic Devices

    Enabling real-time, remote sex with unprecedented realism, if teledildonics are the future of cybersex, the future looks awesome.

  • Navigating a Sea of Sex Toys: A Cordial Introduction

    There are an awful lot of sex toys out there, and a lot of them look more likely to tune your carburetor than to get your rocks off! Here's a quick guide.

  • New Research Finds The G-Spot . . . So What?

    A new study located the G-spot and is getting lots of hype...but the findings should be taken in context.

  • Q&A: Does Ejaculation Make Men Weak?

    Yes, with repeated ejaculations, some men may feel more weak--but that’s not to say that sex or ejaculation is bad for a man.

  • The O-Shot: New Procedure Proposes to Fix your Faulty Vagina

    Why you should be concerned and question the science of the newly proposed “O-Shot” procedure.

  • Q&A Intensity Of G Spot Orgasms

    Female ejaculation – which some people call “squirting” – happens as a result of G Spot stimulation or other types of sexual stimulation to some women.

  • Q&A: My Stamina Bothers My Sexual Partners

    We don’t know the ratio of women who want or need one orgasm to feel satisfied with sex compared to those who enjoy multiple orgasms, or even no orgasms.

  • Q&A: Why Do Some Women Have Orgasms And Others Don’t?

    Women who feel more positively about the way her genitals look, smell or taste may find it easier to orgasm.

  • Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome: 200 Orgasms a Day???

    Dr. Sandra Leiblum has done some research on PSAS, or Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome. Some women with this condition can have up to 200 orgasms a day.