Masturbating women but, as happy and as much as men?

Study has examined the gender-specific Masturbation behavior In many cases, it is assumed that men have a more pronounced tendency to self-pacification, but this is a miscalculation seems to be, according to a new study. Also, the majority of women masturbate regularly and gladly, according to the Fresenius University of applied Sciences of the results of a current research work. […]

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Why You Need To Know Your Attachment Style For A Healthy Relationship

If your dating life hasn’t gone exactly how you imagined over the years, don’t blame yourself—at least, not entirely. Your attachment style plays a key role in determining the health of your relationships, and well… some are healthier than others. Of course, if you’ve never heard of the concept of attachment styles, you might be surprised to learn what yours […]

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The 5 Best Sex Positions if Your Partner Has a Small Penis

When it comes to penis size, the myth persists that bigger is better. But it’s totally untrue. Okay, orgasms might be trickier to pull off if your partner has a micropenis—defined as a penis that measures under 2.8 inches when erect. But this condtion is very rare. (The average erect penis clocks in at five inches, FYI.) “Good sex is really […]

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Sex and aggression in mice controlled by cold-sensor in brain

Testosterone is blamed for sex drive and aggression, but it also appears to be critical for telling the brain “enough!” when it comes to those behaviors. A molecule called TRPM8 (pronounced trip-M-8) embedded in the surface of some cells seems to be responsible for sending these cues in response to testosterone. Without these cues, male mice become dangerously aggressive and […]

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Health insurance often skips coverage for sex-related prescriptions

This story is from Kaiser Health News For some older people, the joy of sex may be tempered by financial concerns: Can they afford the medications they need to improve their experience between the sheets? Medicare and many private insurers don’t cover drugs that are prescribed to treat problems people have engaging in sex. Recent developments, including the approval of […]

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How To Know If You're In A Rebound Relationship

Finding yourself in a rebound relationship supposedly spells doom for a budding romance. As popular opinion goes, rebounds reek of sadness and regret: One person has just gotten out of a long-term relationship, is likely still hurting from that breakup, and grabs onto another person to bury the pain. It’s not a great situation (though some research says that people who rebound […]

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Sex and gender differences in psychopathology

Cynthia Hartung’s recently published article recommends more consistently and systematically considering sex and gender in all aspects of psychopathology research. Hartung, an associate professor and director of the Psychology Clinic in the University of Wyoming’s Department of Psychology, co-wrote the article with Elizabeth Lefler, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Northern Iowa. The article was released recently […]

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