By so many measures, intrauterine devices are the best form of birth control. Why are they still so rarely used?
As donors and surrogates make things potentially more complicated to explan, picture books remain eloquent ways of helping kids understand where they came from.
A federal judge ruled this morning that emergency contraception should be available without prescription to women of all ages, calling years of delays in making it so "intolerable."
Testosterone deficiency is exceedingly less common than marketing campaigns and "you only think you feel fine" culture would have us believe.
CDC scares us but makes important point
Historically, low levels of testosterone seemed to make eunuchs ideal negotiators. Their highly specialized and respected roles are now being filled by women.
Women who used computers to design their ideal man saw a change in their preferred facial features after going on the pill.
Amid climbing rates of sexually-transmitted disease in the elderly, embracing sexuality as a fundamental part of adult life at all ages
The ancient root of love
Dermatologists have suggested that "microtrauma" from waxing and shaving may increase the risk of a viral infection that is sometimes transmitted sexually.
A notion that physical preferences can be a manifestation of sexism
Modern methods of birth control are increasingly prevalent, but demand outpaces their distribution.
"Bear meat turns people into spinning wheels of lust."
Marriage is a uniquely healthful institution.
Moving against "often undetected forms of abusive practices that occur under the auspices of health care policies."
A zeitgeisty psychological experiment combines straight/gay friendships, the "mating game," and fake Facebook profiles.
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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.
The forms of birth control that make parents most "comfortable" differ from those that are most effective.