New research has found that some men who have had COVID-19 might experience unwanted sexual side effects.
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New studies show men who have had COVID-19 could face serious reproductive health issues.
Self-isolation can be boring and lonely.
Online pornography is one business that’s booming during the coronavirus pandemic. A psychology researcher explains its pull and whether there are likely to be longer-term effects of this surge in use.
Many men were concerned about climaxing too quickly or lacking interest in sex.
Research suggests that men who are exposed to cultural images of traditional masculinity have a greater vulnerability to sexual dysfunction than those who aren’t.
New research suggests that midlife Canadians struggle with a variety of sexual problems, with low desire reported as most common for both men and women.
Low libido, problems ejaculating, vaginal pain – these problems are common for midlife Canadians, and some of them are way more likely if you’re married.
Sex education in progressive countries like The Netherlands and Switzerland emphasizes intimacy, adventure and connection. Lower rates of teen pregnancy and sexual dysfunction ensue.
Pornography has been prescribed to treat ‘sexual disfunction’ for decades. Yet research shows that the vast majority of mainstream commercial porn is violent and degrading to women.
Many men are not actually aroused when they wake up erect.
Morning penile erections affect all males, even males in the womb and male children.
Viagra was discovered by accident when participants in a study looking at a treatment for high blood pressure reported an interesting side effect.
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Viagra is one brand name of a drug that is used to treat the inability to get, and maintain, an erection.