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Sexuality

Sexuality deals with humans' perceptions and behaviors as sexual beings. Learn about both the biological and emotional aspects of sexuality in this section.

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Paraphilia

What is the definition of paraphilia? Learn about the different forms of paraphilia to help you understand this atypical sexual behavior.


Top 10 Things That Can Reduce Sex Drive

Things that can reduce sex drive include sleep deprivation, stress and aging. See our list of the top 10 things that can reduce sex drive to learn more. See more »

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10 Exercise Tips for a Better Sex Life

Need some exercise tips for a better sex life? Visit HowStuffWorks and see 10 exercise tips for a better sex life you can start today. See more »

Green Up Your Sex Life: 10 Tips

Want to green up your sex life? Here are 10 ways you can help save the planet and green up your sex life. See more »

10 Sex Questions You Might Be Afraid to Ask -- but Should

Everyone has questions about sex, but you might be afraid to ask them. Learn about some common questions about sex and how to get the answers. See more »

10 Ways to Make Safe Sex Fun

Top 10 ways to make safe sex fun. Check out the top 10 ways to spice up your safe sex life in this article from howstuffworks.com. See more »

Why do some species change sex?

Are you wondering why some species change sex? Check out this article about the fascinating fact that some species change sex. See more »

What's the purpose of sex?

What is the purpose of sex? Would things be easier if we had asexual reproduction? Learn about mating and the purpose of sex at HowStuffWorks. See more »

Is gender just a matter of choice?

Is gender a choice? Take a look at the difference between sex and gender and what influences each. See if gender is a choice at Discovery Health. See more »

What are the definitions of Masters and Johnson terms? Learn about research and studies by sex therapists Masters and Johnson. See more »