Sorry guys, but your dreams of joining the 220-mile high club just got crashed and burned. By science.
According to the Daily Mail, researchers say that sex in space could lead to life-threatening illnesses, as tests have shown that zero-gravity conditions can have negative affects on human (and plant and animal) health.
Guess this means you can no longer blame headaches for not wanting to boink your bed buddy. According to a recent German study focusing on migraine and cluster headaches, having an orgasm might actually be able to help relieve the pain.
When it comes to successful fertilization, turns out that it's not so
much about how fast your little swimmers sperm but how long its measures
from the bulbous little head to the tip of its tiny swimming tail.
A research team from the University of Michigan claims that women who have higher levels of testosterone prefer pleasuring themselves over sex.
For the study, 105 men and 91 women were asked questions about their sex life as well as undergoing a cheek swab to determine testosterone levels. While the amount of hormones in a man's system has nothing to do with how often he thinks about masturbation or sex, women with high testosterone levels are less likely to want sex and preferred instead to masturbate.
While most guys wouldn't mind if their partners decided to upgrade their cup-sizes, a new survey now says that getting implants might just be the thing to rev up a woman's libido.
This claim come from an online survey conducted by RealSelf.com, a 'community for sharing and learning about cosmetic surgeries'. The site conducted the poll over a two week period asking breast augmentation patients to rate their sex lives following their operations.
Why is it that some people feel compelled to send each other photos of their naked bodies? According to this analysis found on Wired, turns out that the sexting is a primal urge that's more connected to "the design of our sexual brains" rather than celebrity culture or digital connectivity. And that men and women feel compelled to sext based on different "primal" reasons.
Can't seem to hookup with a man? According to a new (and highly questionable) paper highlighted by Slate, it might be because you don't look dumb enough.
In a paper published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, University of Texas at Austin graduate student Cari Goetz and her team explored a so-called "sexual exploitability" hypothesis, which is basically the different ways men and women approach reproduction.
We've all heard about prenups before, but what about postnups? According to the Daily Beast, more couples in America are signing up for postnuptial agreements to avoid fights over who has to take out the
trash, feed the fish, fetch the mail, unclog the kitchen sink, etc.