Sex

Science

This Tiny Patch Could Give You a Month's Birth Control in Seconds

Georgia Institute of Technology scientists have invented a microneedle patch that only needs to be briefly pressed against the skin to deliver a contraceptive drug.
Zing Tsjeng
2 days ago
My First Time

Writing Erotica Was the Surprising Antidote to My Anxiety

Writing erotic fiction helps poet Almaz Ohene feel more present in her own body—and deal with interesting challenges like describing a five-person orgy.
Almaz Ohene
3 days ago
Signs of Love

What It's Like to Date A Loving (and Emotionally Draining) Cancer

Almost everything you've heard about this water sign is true.
Danny Larkin
3 days ago
My First Time

Having Sex With My Best Friend Was the Worst Decision Ever

Sleeping with my BFF and roommate was amazing—until it wasn't. So why did I do it all over again with another best friend?
Jess Thomas
1.10.19
Sex

How to Have Sex in Public Without Getting Caught

Exhibitionism is a common fetish. On the chance you're one of the many people who wants to have sex in public, it's important that you do so consensually, which means not involving unwilling strangers.
Sirin Kale
12.27.18
Sex

9 Sex Guides You Didn't Know You Needed

Here are some guides from our "How to Sex" series that might just change your life—at least in the bedroom.
Zing Tsjeng
Inês Mendonça
12.26.18
year in review

9 of Our Favorite Episodes of Our 'My First Time' Podcast

Celebrate the horniest season of the year by binge listening to episodes of our "My First Time" podcast.
Zing Tsjeng
Inês Mendonça
12.26.18
Health

How Your Sex Life Affects Your Breast Size

Is there any merit to the rumor that women who have saggier breasts do so because of all the bouncing during sex? We spoke to some experts about whether your boobs really can change because of what you do in bed.
Sirin Kale
12.26.18
Holidays

Why Do the Holidays Make Us So Horny?

Experts explain why we're so eager to get our stockings stuffed.
Leila Ettachfini
12.20.18
year in review

The Best Sex Stories We Published in 2018—for the Sake of Journalism

2018 wasn't the sexiest of years—but we didn't let that deter us. We tested all the wildest and wackiest new "aphrodisiacs," explored your teenage erotic fantasies, and otherwise had your intimate lives covered this year.
Sirin Kale
12.20.18
Signs of Love

What It's Like to Date a Gemini—If You Dare

Forget what you heard—here's what it's really like to fall for this much-maligned air sign.
Danny Larkin
12.18.18
Sex

6 Reasons It Hurts When You Have Sex

We asked three sexual health experts for their advice on how to manage pain during sex.
Kate Lloyd
12.12.18
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