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New research shows dolphins have a large clitoris that is similar to the human organ. from www.shutterstock.com

All female mammals have a clitoris – we’re starting to work out what that means for their sex lives

It was not until the late 1990s that the anatomy of the human clitoris was accurately described by Australia’s first female urologist. And now research in animals is starting to catch up.
It turns out that sexuality research has little interest in … sex … or the pleasure associated with sex. Shutterstock

Is #MeToo casting a shadow on sexual pleasure?

How do you express, feel, communicate, and embody your sexual desires and pleasures in the prevailing social climate?
The good thing about Kegel exercises is that you can do them pretty much anywhere. Nina Maile Gordon/The Conversation

‘Are Kegel exercises actually good for you?’

Doing kegel exercises is actually very beneficial for your pelvic floor muscles. Don't know how to do them? We have you covered.
Chicken or rooster? This bird is both – female on the left (dark feathers), and male on the right (white feathers, with larger comb and physique). Mike Clinton (Roslin Institute)

How birds become male or female, and occasionally both

Birds have some of the most amazing sex differences of any animal. They can control the sex of offspring, and even produce rare half-male, half-females. And their sex genes and chromosomes are quite different from ours.
Beauty can mean more opportunities – but can it also influence values? Nataliass/Shutterstock.com

How being beautiful influences your attitudes toward sex

Beautiful people tend to lead more charmed lives. Could their attractiveness also color their views on issues like abortion, premarital sex and gay marriage?
We’re having less sex than we used to. Toa Heftiba

Health Check: how often do people have sex?

Australians report having sex once or twice a week, on average, but there are many variables. And that's assuming people's estimates are accurate.
Sex should never hurt. www.shutterstock.com

‘Is it normal to get sore down there after sex?’

Sex isn't always straightforward – especially not when you first start 'doing it'. If you experience pain 'down there' after sex, you may need to have a medical checkup.
Sex with robots will increase, as technological developments produce new love interests. Shutterstock

For the love of technology! Sex robots and virtual reality

Developments in technologies like robotics and virtual reality are opening new possibilities for sexual experiences.

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