An author from the porn industry weighs in on the perceived negative effects of watching pornography.
"Why would a woman go home with a man, decide she’s not attracted to him but have sex with him anyway?"
A woman who is friends with many of her ex partners examines the thin lines between ex lovers and friends.
This article examines the ways that setting aside time for sex can make your long-term relationship more successful and avoid a dead bedroom.
The Atlantic examines the outsized fear of sexually transmitted illnesses and provides some much-needed reassuring statistical context.
One transgender woman writes about her experiences in the dating world.
Can a society's economic infrastructure have a bearing on the kind of sex its citizens have? This article takes a look at sex under socialism.
An asexual writes about their experiences with intimacy and how enjoying some parts of it doesn't mean enjoying or desiring all parts.
"Despite the easing of taboos and the rise of hookup apps, Americans are in the midst of a sex recession."
Take a look inside an art exhibition that traces the lineage of artistic interest in the human body.
This list of erotic nonfiction has plenty of ideas for anyone looking to bone up their skills while being entertained in a pleasurable way. This reader-approved list has something for everyone!
We’ve put together a list of sexy books that will inspire and delight readers. The best part is: you can read any of them for free! Pick the one you like and get started.