It's more common than you may think.
A few years ago, Chelsea Harold and her boyfriend, Tom, got into a huge fight over their sexual encounter. The problem? She didn't remember it.
Social lubrication or low self-esteem?
A recent survey revealed that half of German women prefer to have sex after a drink. Fifty-five percent said they like to be tipsy while having sex, and 7 percent want to be downright wasted. Because making love is just so much fun when the room's spinning.
Here's one way to keep people awake in church.
Households in Arlington, Virginia recently received some interesting flyers from a local church. In boldface type, the flyers read: "Dating. Sex. Marriage. Porn."
Pretty unconventional for a church, but those are the topics John Slye, senior pastor at Grace Community Church, is covering in his eight week sermon series, "Smokin' Hot."
He loves his mom and eats meat.
Well, the guys are going to love this one.
While there may be someone out there who's perfect for you, we all know the perfect person simply doesn’t exist. Still, researchers wanted to know what qualities women want in men, and their results reveal "the perfect man."
Half of Americans have the same bedroom complaint.
Well, here's a depressing way to kick off the weekend. According to a new study, half of Americans are dissatisfied with our sex lives. In particular, we're dissatisfied with the duration of sex with our partners.
Researchers also address the double standard of casual sex.
"Going out on a date is sort of an ironic, obsolete type of thing," a 25 year-old student told NPR a couple of years ago. "Going out on a date to dinner and a movie? It's so cliche — isn't that funny?"
Bad news if you're in bed by 10.
Mark your calendars: a new study in the United Kingdom revealed that women's sexual appetite peaks at 11 p.m. on Saturdays.
Makes sense for a lot of us. The stresses of the workweek are gone, and by that time, you've probably had a glass of wine or two.
Just how cute is your meet-cute?
Are there rules for how you should meet your significant other? Does one's "how we met" moment predict a relationship? And do "meet-cute" stories set the course for romance?