Knowing and understanding your - and your partner's - anatomy is one of the first steps to better sexual health. Anatomy helps us to appreciate how our bodies work and teaches us where and how we are most likely to find pleasure. Sexual anatomy is also a key component in maintaining sexual health. Here you'll find articles about the G-spot, the P-spot, the A-spot and all the other sexual hot-spots you might be looking for.
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Why do some people take pleasure in pain? We take a look at the science behind masochism.
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Internet porn presents a problem of logistics for the non-ambidextrous. Here's one author's story about mousing and masturbating.
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Foreskin is pretty fascinating stuff. Here are nine nifty things to know about it.
Scientific advances in penis transplants have brought to light just how personal we find this body part to be.
Why do we see sexual images in food? Check out this intriguing specimen and tell us what you see.
A new study shows that sperm quality and quantity in men is directed impacted by just how turned on they are. We take a look at this...
In this week's Sex Stories We Love, we have ejaculations for everyone, a sexy earworm, perfect peckers, and porn story line no-nos!
The type of porn millennials really watch, how you can have a virtual threesome, naughty nipples, and so many more delicious Sex Stories We...
Not everyone experiences orgasms in the same way. Some of that comes down to anatomy and gender.
Most of us have never literally worshipped a phallus, but historically, penises have been the focus of much religious veneration.
Think you know it all about orgasms? Well, think again! We have 6 facts about orgasms that we bet you don't know.
Women don't come by penetration alone. So, what's the scientifically proven way to know she isn't faking it? Click here to find out.
Confused about squirting? Here are some common questions and answers about squirting to help clear things up for you.
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Have you looked at your vulva recently? You should, and here's why: