A massive percentage of women are, to some degree, unsatisfied with their bodies. But, they really needn’t be.
Waist size, diabetes and hypertension were additionally associated with decreased sexual activity and elevated triglycerides were linked to lower desire, revealed the study.
Women end unsatisfying and unwanted sexual experiences by faking orgasms, says a study.
Do we always think of sex? Is that wrong? Or are we just misconstruing a healthy and completely normal sexual appetite for something that it’s not?
To really satisfy your partner, stop worrying about your penis size and focus on the basics of intimacy.
This research may assist parents, therapists and others to help new mothers and fathers better understand the strains of transition to parenthood.
Studies have shown that excessive sexual intercourse could lead to a change in the shape of genitals.
Since May is International Masturbation Month, we explore why science says masturbation is good for women.
According to the researchers, body image is strongly linked to overall life satisfaction and feelings about romantic relationships.
According to an interesting study, eating less can not only help people lose weight, calorie restriction can improve mood and cut tension, leading to super sex drive.
When it comes to sex, and more importantly good sex, there is a lot more to keep in mind than penis size and Kama Sutra positions.
A low-calorie diet improved mood, reduced tension and improved general health and sexual drive and relationship after a period of two years.
Some previous studies and self-help books, have claimed that more sex equals more happiness.
A study found that more often couples had sex, the more strongly they associated their partners with positive attributes.
It’s time to put some of the pseudo-scientific claims to rest.