Midterms aren’t the only test you should consider taking this semester.
Pulling back the bed sheets on the history and biology of sex.
Sex toys are fun, but there are some things you need to know before you dive in.
Let’s hear three cheers for Sex Week at the U of S and for sexual communication in general. Be safe, be smart and talk about sex.
Porn is everywhere today and more socially acceptable than ever, but how is porn addiction affecting people?
Love is in the air. You’re coming back to school looking toned, tanned and ready to flirt. And now it’s time to find love — or at least some fall fun.
The hard truth is that there’s absolutely no need to talk to your partner about her likes and dislikes if you already know everything there is to know about sex — like I do!
There is a perception among high school seniors and undergrads that anyone having regular sex is swimming in orgasms and euphoric sex hangovers. But in reality, sexual encounters during one’s teens and early adulthood are often awkward, uncomfortable and forgettable.
It would be rather prudish and even potentially dangerous to pretend college students aren’t having sex. Why dangerous? Abstinence-only sex education in the United States has been a disaster.
On Nov. 14 the United Nations declared contraception a universal human right. A report from the United Nations Population Fund titled State of World Population 2012 declared that “governments, civil society, health providers and communities have the responsibility to protect the right to family planning for women across the spectrum, including those who are young