Establishing consent does not have to interrupt the flow of things. Make it part of the act itself.
Who wants a little “50 Shades of Grey” in their sex lives this Valentine’s Day?
Work, kids and a busy schedule can easily get in the way of your love life. But it's possible to make sex a priority. Check out these tips to help you find time to get intimate.
As a sex therapist I ask my clients about their sexual history. We talk about their first sexual encounters and their first time having intercourse.
The No. 1 listed change during the transition to parenthood is a decline in marital satisfaction.
Not everyone turns off their iPhone when they're feeling frisky.
Pregnancy can bring up changes in the way a couple views sex and sexuality. The best way to deal with these changes is to talk, listen and be open to each other's feelings and concerns.
Don't turn to a quick-fix prescription at the first sign of sexual trouble. Look at these contributing factors first.
Is a polyamorous relationship right for you? Either way, get the 411 before you judge.
Ladies, stop over thinking it and reset your expectations. Here are eight tips for reaching climax.
An Omaha therapist says talking to kids about sex should happen several times, even before the teen years.
What you should know in your teens, 20s, 50s and beyond.
Preventing rape is not just a female issue. It's time we talk to our young men, too. Here are some starting points.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and there's no better time to tackle the issue head on.
The conversation is changing. Sexual dysfunction is no longer just a "guy thing."
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