My wife and I are in our late 50s. We were having a friendly discussion about the frequency of love making at our age. I am up for 3-4 times a week. My wife thinks this is well above the norm. I say, maybe a bit above average, but who cares. Where are we on the Bell Curve?
This week’s Sunday edition of the New York Times featured an article titled “What Do Women Want?” which attempts, and in my opinion fails for a variety of reasons, to explain the complexity that is female desire (and arousal, but we’ll get to that).
My former girlfriend experienced female ejaculation two times during our three year relationship – once during oral sex and another time during intercourse. I always thought this was something a woman either displays all the time or not at all. Is it normal to be so infrequent?
According to researchers at John Hopkins University, there is no scientific evidence that abortion causes psychological distress, or a “post-abortion syndrome,” also including that efforts to show abortion does cause negative mental health outcomes appear to be politically motivated.
I’m sure we’ve all heard some doubtful ways to determine whether a man is gay or not. I’ve normally scoffed at ideas like this, but it turns out there might actually be some substantial research backing it up!
I have only had sexual experiences with men, although I mostly fantasize about sex with women. I have strong feelings for men, and enjoy physical intimacy with men, but why do most of my fantasies about sex involve women? Am I bisexual or a lesbian?
A new study has been published that explores the link between male masculinity and sexuality, particularly in regard to erectile dysfunction. The researchers interviewed men around the globe to explains how they define their masculinity.