Why are vaginas so taboo? Researchers have shunned them for decades, which means we know much less about the female anatomy in comparison to the male counterparts. Does out of sight really mean out of mind? Not here, as we explore how vaginas work.
Think you know everything about women's hormones just because you know to bring home chocolate during her time of the month? Think again. Check out our list of things that men should know about women's hormones.
We all know that regular exercise can help keep you healthy. But did you know that it could also improve things in the bedroom? If you're ready to impress, you'll want to try these specific exercises to improve your strength, flexibility and stamina.
Sex feels good. And, as it turns out, going green makes us feel good, too. From natural aphrodisiacs to organic lubes, we can green up our sex lives and have lots of fun doing it. So slip into something sustainable and get busy saving the planet.
When it comes to sex, our curiosity is limitless -- even if many of us are too squeamish to admit it. We have all sorts of topics, from safe sex to sexual dysfunction, that we're afraid to discuss with our partners and doctors, even though we should.
Ah, testosterone, the male hormone with the bad-boy reputation. But does it really cause aggression in men? Do women also secrete testosterone in their bodies? Find out what else women need to know about male hormones.
safe sex doesn't have to mean sex isn't as fun -- it's all the pleasure and a lot less risk. So put on your thinking cap and get ready to put your seduction skills to the test with these tips for a more adventurous sex life.
In high school biology, we're taught that biological sex is a game of X and Y. In recent decades, though, scientists have learned that things might not be so clear-cut. That may seem unusual to us, but it wouldn't surprise a clownfish one bit.
You only have to get your heart broken once to wonder why the opposite sex exists. Why must men be from Mars and women from Venus? Why must we live in a world divided by pink and blue? Wouldn't things be a lot easier if we were all one biological sex?
There are all sorts of old wives' tales about how to influence the biological sex of your unborn baby. Eat red meat for a boy, chocolate for a girl. But while science is starting to give parents the chance to pick sex, there's no sure way to pick a baby's gender. Wait -- they're not the same thing?