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Rethinking sex roles and expectations that stifle relationships
Sarah Hunter Murray Ph.D.
The results of every study on how couples maintain sexual desire in long-term relationships are in. Here’s what you need to know.
No one wants to be with a sexually selfish lover. But what if it had an unexpected upside?
The latest sex research helps shine a light on what we know about the big O.
Forget about the endless sexual tips and tricks. If you want better sex, try doing nothing instead.
Experts disagree on how cuddling impacts sexual desire. But whether or not cuddling leads to sex doesn't mean that it always should.
Does it seem like men want sex all the time? It might be feigned. And masculine norms and social pressures could be the culprit.
Want to keep the spark alive in your sexual relationship? These three things are key.
Expecting a baby? Research shows what changes you can expect with sex and intimacy.
Many men don't want to admit if they experience low sexual desire. So what do we really know about men's experiences?
Are you experiencing low or decreased sexual desire? Before assuming something is "wrong" with you, consider these five things.
How important is it to be “in the mood” before we have sex?
Do men need to feel sexually desired too?
If you think men don't hurt when their sexual advances are rejected, this new research will surprise you.
Sarah Hunter Murray, Ph.D., is a sex researcher and relationship therapist specializing in how men and women experience sexual desire in long-term relationships.