A recent study found that "a surprising number of older men did not consider penile-vaginal intercourse to be sex." Any number would be surprising — but do we need to agree on what sex is in order to enjoy it?
Mary Roach wrote a whole book about it (Bonk) but certainly seems like she still has fun with it. The cervix photographer and her partner have new pictures of her post-orgasmic cervix, which means they're still having fun. But many scientists wonder if sex knowledge is, well, ruining sex.
The Times of London takes an intriguing look at the love (and sex) lives of people with disabilities and their partners, which stands as an interesting companion piece to Daniel Bergner's book on fetishes.
Don't you just love quickies? A "random sample" of Canadian and U.S. sex therapists say that intercourse of seven to 13 minutes is most "desirable." The survey of North American experts, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, states that three- to seven-minute penetrative sex is "adequate" and 10- to 30-minute…