• Q&A: I’m 27, And I Don’t Like Sex. How Do I Get Over This?

    In the years I’ve spent working as a sex columnist, I’ve heard from women and men like you who have experienced low sexual desire or disinterest in sex.

  • 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.

  • Tattoos Make Lasting Impression In “Ephemeral Ink” Art Show

    The Kinsey Institute gallery's latest installation, "Ephemeral Ink," showcases works related to tattoos from the Institute's permanent collection.

  • A Way To Go In Expanding HIV Testing Access

    Efforts to make HIV testing more accessible need to consider privacy, cost and health knowledge.

  • The Stigma Surrounding HIV/AIDS Is Harmful For Everyone

    Changes in US laws in recent years have crept closer to making being HIV-positive a crime. The solution to reducing the spread of HIV is safety and education.

  • South Africa, World AIDS Day, Music, and More

    Bradley just arrived back from South Africa and reflects on World AIDS Day, US complacency, and musical responses to HIV.

  • Q&A: Is There A Test I Can Take To Find Out If I’m Bisexual?

    There are a lot of people who identify as bisexual and who insist that their natural inclination is to be romantically and/or sexually attracted to both sexes.

  • Two Cases Of Criminal HIV Infection

    Two recent legal cases around knowingly transmitting HIV to another person have hit the news. But does prosecution for this action make sense?

  • Q&A: I Gave My Partner Herpes, Now What Do I Do?

    Dr. Debby Herbenick answers a question from a reader who didn't tell her partner about having genital herpes - now the partner has it. What should they do?