Vaginismus is one of the leading causes of painful sex. Many people haven't even heard of it, but vaginismus is extremely common and it can have a huge impact on women, their partners and relationships.
Children perceived as kind and considerate were more likely to form sustained partnerships. Anxious children were more likely to be unpartnered in early adulthood.
New research suggests that the seeds of future romantic partnering patterns are planted in childhood and are visible even before adolescence.
Secret weapon or poison pill?
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Since women see men who own pets more favorably, you'd think online daters with cats in their profile pics would get more matches...
Australia’s relationships and sex education often fails to support the personal and social development of young people.
With a seemingly infinite number of online-dating site, the options are endless.
From geopolitical tensions over - very - personal data to user strategies, discover the workings of an industry that is responsible for one in three marriages in the United States.
Social media makes dating-related harassment and stalking that much easier.
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Many also openly admit to spying on or stalking their partners, suggesting that they may not know that there's anything wrong with the behaviors.
When it comes to discussing pornography and sexuality with their children, parents have to learn to be quiet and listen.
Many people experience love differently. But regardless of the differences in how it's experienced and how it changes over time, humans are social creatures who are deeply fascinated by it.
Preliminary research has found that people are increasingly incorporating new behaviours — including technology-based ones — into their sex lives during the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic affected many aspects of everyday life — including our sex lives. But erotic technologies are gaining wider acceptance as we look for ways to fulfill our desires for intimacy.
Some experts were concerned about the creation of unrealistic expectations, links with gender-based violence, and the potential for addiction. Others said education might help to offset these harms.
Young Nigerians build stronger bonds from offline interactions and more bridges from online interactions.
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While the internet and social media have changed young Nigerians' communication styles and even language, they have not reduced communication.
While some women may be actively involved in choosing their marital name, taking the man's name remains the norm.
A group of year seven students showed that relationships most of all – with friends, family and pets – gave their lives meaning.
While coronavirus restrictions are easing, you may still be feeling a strain on your relationship. This crisis has thrown a variety of challenges at couples.
… mais le divorce est facile.
Lockdown is putting more pressure on relationships than ever before. Couples should be able to separate peacefully without apportioning blame.
From choosing a compatible personality to sharing childcare equally, many Australian birds have mastered the art of successful relationships.
The pandemic has left holes in all our lives.
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Even those of us spared the worst of COVID-19 are missing our favorite pastimes, places and people. But pleasure can also take unexpected new forms in a pandemic.
Let’s not get ahead of ourselves…
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It doesn't matter how smooth your conversations have been. Absent the touch, taste and smell of a potential partner, you're essentially flying blind.
A researcher in a spacesuit on “Mars” outside the Mars Society Desert Research Station in Utah.
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Understanding isolation's effects on regular people, rather than those certified to have 'the right stuff,' will help prepare us for the future, whether another pandemic or interplanetary space travel.
Partners who feel connected to one another may experience health benefits.
A study found the emotional dynamic between young heterosexual partners can have a measurable physiological effect on men, but not on women.