A new study finds that nearly 50 percent of men last only two minutes in bed.
A recent article published in the Huffington Post examines some of the key problems that plague Americans when it comes to our sexual health and well-being.
In any healthy relationship, it’s important to have conversations about your sex life.
A sociologist explains that erotic capital consists of the following: beauty, liveliness, sexual attractiveness, sexual competence, social skills/likability and style.
A recent study reveals that couples who sleep close together at night are more likely to have happy relationships than those who keep a greater distance while they’re snoozing.
A new study suggests that pelvic exercises may benefit men who suffer from premature ejaculation.
When things are just starting to get serious with a new partner, it’s normal to encounter a little bit of awkwardness as you attempt to break the sexual ice.
In the beginning of a relationship, it’s normal for couples to have a lot of sex, but once the so-called honeymoon phase ends and some of that initial excitement fades, libidos have a tendency to wax and wane.
Here are a few helpful tips for remaining sexually active after you turn 60.
While there are many advantages to living with the love of your life, seeing each other every day and every night can lead to complacency if you’re not careful.