Academics on the most common questions, and where we stand with "treatment"
The many considerations in "repairing" the face of a child
Understanding the case of an intersex child whose adoptive parents claim was robbed of his genitals, and of the right to decide what should happen to his body
Moving against "often undetected forms of abusive practices that occur under the auspices of health care policies."
Margaret Mead saw in Samoa the possibility of loosening social strictures on sexuality -- something she suggested could lead to more pleasure, and less pain and suffering. She and her work were attacked and discredited, but nearly a century later, questions of separating science from ideology persist.
Part of the Afordable Care Act was designed to allow anyone to look up which doctors are getting how much from which companies
Historically, polyandry was much more common than we thought.
Talking with a 17 year-old about anti-bullying assemblies, daddy-daughter balls, and why theater.
Fertility clinics across the U.S. are prescribing a medication with a seriously concerning safety profile and no proven benefits.
When sex means reproduction, certain proclivities may simply not be part of models of sexuality.
Why does the topic "defy imagination"?
Head injuries have been found to cause variant sexual behaviors, raising yet another concern over the effects of repetitive head trauma.
Even as it hopes to clarify the difference between male and female athletes, a new rule from the International Olympic Committee inadvertently stirs the waters.
The best scientific argument we have for the innateness of straightness is that evolution would favor it. But a poll of sexologists raises some interesting questions about arousal.
If you look at scientific literature, you find over and over again that many interventions increase risk to mother and child instead of decreasing it.