Back in 2008 when the innocence of youth was sullied by the banking crisis, the Are You Afraid of the Dark? of investigative journalism shows, 20/20, aired parts of a documentary called Orgasmic Birth: The Best-Kept Secret, sparking a firestorm of internet commenting controversy. Orgasms during birth? You mean, yet…
According to a new study, women who drink two glasses of wine every day say they're having better sex than their teetotaling counterparts. To be fair, that could be the wine talking.
A medicinal gel that promised to be a sort of Lady Viagra for post-menopausal women has failed to arouse test subjects in two clinical trials. Probably because its manufacturers named it the cringe-inducing "LibiGel" and even reading that made my clitoris retract.
Scientists have found that women's tears reduce men's arousal. They're not sure why — but we have some thoughts.
A New Mexico woman has actually been diagnosed with Restless Genital Syndrome, providing a disturbing example of how we think — and write — about women's sexual problems.
An anonymous writer at Lesbilicious spills the dirt on the "guilty secret in the lesbian community" — a shared love of watching two dudes bone. She's got a whole rationale for it, too.
Since yesterday's NY Times Magazine piece "What Do Women Want?" about new research into female sexuality was so long and hard (to parse!), it took two of us to try to take it on.
Who commissions these things? A study reports that women are aroused by the sounds of luxury cars' engines. "The 40 participants listened to the recordings of a Maserati, a Lamborghini and a Ferrari, along with a Volkswagon Polo, before having a saliva specimen collected" to measure their testosterone levels, which in…