• 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.

  • 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.

  • Casual Sex And Hooking Up Do Not Cause Psychological Harm

    Researchers have finally answered the question, "does casual sex and hooking up cause psychological harm?" No, it doesn't!

  • 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.

  • (Yet Another) “Sex Challenge” For Couples

    Recently, so-called "sex challenges" have grabbed headlines, but what do they really say about the frequency of sex and its impact on relationship quality?