by Leah Groth on Livestrong.com Bad breath, hangovers or screaming kids can’t compete with sex — at least, according to science. New research reveals the most and least popular times and days of the week to have sex — and the results are not what you’d imagine. Superdrug, a health and beauty retailer based in … Continue reading When Couples Have Sex
Why New Research Shows that Compassion is the Most Important Quality in Happy Marriages A compelling new study from the University of Rochester has found that compassion may be the most crucial building block for a stable marriage. The researchers found that when partners performed acts of service for one another (such as putting an extra … Continue reading Compassion Important in Happy Marriages
Here is a new book available online. This is a great resource for people contemplating a career in our field. Sexology for the Curious (http://bit.ly/studysex)
Vanilla sex—or “just” vanilla sex? “Vanilla sex” is slang for sex that is plain, or traditional, or unimaginative–not “kinky.” It generally doesn’t involve role-playing, games like BDSM, risk-taking like exhibitionism, or unusual locations. Most people don’t use “vanilla sex” as a neutral term; the implied term is frequently “just vanilla sex.” I beg to differ. … Continue reading Vanilla Sex
December 2016 https://consumer.healthday.com/sexual-health-information-32/gonorrhea-news-337/mouthwash-helps-kill-gonorrhea-germs-in-mouth-throat-study-717902.html
December 2016 http://www.drdicksexadvice.com/2016/12/10/research-finds-that-older-peoples-sexual-problems-are-being-dismissed/ Dr. Dick writes regularly and is worth reading.
November, 2016 What Women Really Want: New Study Reveals Answer to Age-old Question Seven out of every 10 women say their partner does not sexually satisfy them. Almost two out of every three women say they get more orgasms with their lovers. One-fifth of cheating women say they don’t receive enough oral sex. Women … Continue reading What Women Want When They Cheat