Sex Ed

Sex Ed

From the mysteries of the female orgasm to the health benefits of getting it on, our top bedroom insights.

Flex Appeal

By Katherine Schreiber
What turns a woman on? Much more than you—or she—might think.

Our Sexuality, Our Selves

By Molly Forman
Who you are and what turns you on.

Sex: Don't Ask, Don't Tell

By Katherine Schreiber
Most ob/gyns and their patients aren't discussing the nitty-gritty details of sex—but they should be.

12 Rude Revelations About Sex

By Alain de Botton
Why do most people lie about their real desires?

Sleeping Together

By Alison DeNisco
Step aside, Big O: Zzz's matter, too.

Should Mothers Teach Daughters to Enjoy Sex?

By Stanton Peele
Sexual pleasure for women is the last frontier

Sexual Wiring of Women's Breasts

By Nigel Barber Ph.D.
Neuroscientists establish breasts as sexual organs

How Creative Flow is Like Sex

By Susan K Perry Ph.D.
Consider 4 ways sexuality and creativity share common ground.

The Secret to Maintaining Sexual Desire

By Amie M. Gordon PhD
Research explains why it's easier for some of us than others.

Prom Night: 5 things to tell your children

By Michael Ungar Ph.D.
Keep your children safe but make sure their prom is a meaningful event

What Is It about Men and Breast Size?

By Vinita Mehta Ph.D., Ed.M.
New research reveals clues to the mystery of physical preferences

Baby Come and Light My Fire...

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
For women, exercise is to sex what sparks are to fire.

Teach Porn In Schools?

By Marnia Robinson
Prepare students to deal with porn; teach them about their brains

What Your Grandmother Didn’t Tell You About Her Sex Life

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
How does, or will, your sexuality change as you get older?

Does Your Partner Complain About Your Sex Life?

By Guy Winch Ph.D.
The danger of ignoring sexual complaints from your partner

9 Essential Habits of Sexual Assertiveness

By Meg Selig
Expert advice that can keep you safer and make you happier.

Getting Married and Getting Sex (or Not)

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
Here’s what the research on marital status and sex really does show.