• 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 Boyfriend Masturbates Over Porn. What Should I Do?

    Living together has plenty of ups and downs. Every couple gets a chance to create a type of sexual intimacy that works for you.

  • Size Matters: Perceptions Of Penis Size And Condom Use

    Men may be criticized for worrying too much about size. However, penis size and shape can have real effects on sexual health.

  • What They’re Reading: Aliza Saraco-Polner

    Book recommendations from experts in the fields of sexuality, gender, health, science and relationships.

  • Dan Savage Interview, Part 4: I Used To Hate Straight People

    Dan Savage talks about how his ideas on sexuality and relationships have evolved over the past 20 years of writing the Savage Love column.

  • Q&A: How Can I Increase The Volume Of My Semen And Make It Squirt?

    While penis size questions remain common, over the past five years I’ve received an increasing number of questions from men about the volume of their semen.

  • Q&A: Is It Unhealthy To Fantasize About My Ex When I Masturbate?

    You may have come to associate feelings of arousal with your ex. It’s not unusual, then, that when you masturbate, you think of your ex.

  • Q&A: I Can’t Orgasm When I Masturbate In Front Of My Boyfriend

    Sex is full of a range of sights, sounds and scents. These can greatly enhance people’s sexual arousal but they can also influence people’s worries.

  • A Researcher Dives Into Pornography

    This is the third in a 3-part series by guest blogger Jenny Porter on politics and roadblocks in informing the public about sexual research.

  • Q&A: How Legitimate Is Sex Addiction?

    Some researchers feel that there is a gray line between describing something as an “addiction” versus a bad habit.

  • Q&A: Why Does My Boyfriend Masturbate To Porn So Often?

    Many boys are raised to believe that it is common or normal to watch porn and that it can make masturbation or sex more exciting.