A woman has finally got revenge on her sex-starved husband who decided to keep a detailed spreadsheet which tracked her ridiculous and hilarious sex refusals. Now the turntables have turned as she claims his farting and snoring were the real reasons behind their lack of bedroom action. Whether it's fatigue or that ever-faithful headache excuse, we've all fabricated reasons to avoid being intimate with our partners.
The tech industry may be notoriously male-dominated, but an increasing number of sex tech and femtech companies are led by women. At the same time, the way we define, think about, and have sex are constantly evolving—and women are at the forefront of this evolution. It makes sense: Who better understands what works for women than us?
It started off as an impromptu teaching moment for her young stepchildren. Tilli Buchanan and her husband had been installing insulation in their garage, and had stripped off their clothes just inside their home to get the itchy materials off their skin. She was topless when her stepchildren bounded down the stairs.
Some facts of life are sad but true, and one of these facts is that climaxing for many women is anything but easy. In fact, a recent survey from Valparaiso University in Indiana showed that more than half of women who struggle to orgasm attribute the problem to anxiety. Plus, because of the complex nature of the condition, other hangups can be heightened during sex, causing a vicious cycle of worry and frustration.
Pain during sex, or dyspareunia, can cause problems in a couple's sexual relationship. Painful intercourse can have negative emotional effects in addition to the physical pain. There are many effective treatment options available so patients should discuss their symptoms with a physician.
By Ronan Farrow. Six additional women have accused the television executive of sexual misconduct, as the board of the CBS Corporation weighs the terms of his departure. Later the same day, CBS announced that Moonves had left the company and would not receive any of his exit compensation, pending the results of the independent investigation into the allegations.
Take a moment and picture an image of a rapist. Without a doubt, you are thinking about a man. Given our pervasive cultural understanding that perpetrators of sexual violence are nearly always men, this makes sense.
Printable PDF. Despite the fact that advocacy groups like NOW have worked for over three decades to halt the epidemic of gender-based violence and sexual assault, the numbers are still shocking. It is time to renew our national pledge, from the President and Congress on down to City Councils all across the nation to END violence against women and men, girls and boys.
While we may associate sexy dreams with men a lot more than we do women, it seems the latter is having more of the saucy stuff than we think. A study from the University of Freiburg in Germany found that a fifth of women under 30 had erotic thoughts. The researchers asked 2, 16 to year-olds about the nature of their dreams and found the highest levels of eroticism in those aged