There's a "Howl" function that allows others to know when you're in heat and need to meet now.
Noah Dyer wants to practice radical transparency in his campaigning, which sounds great until he starts rehashing all the crazy group sex he's had.
A new illustrated book about life as a stripper is an unprecedented look at modern sex work.
In a breakthrough that almost sounds too good to be true, researchers have found a potential new form of birth control that could solve numerous problems. It offers the possibility of being effective for both sexes, no hormonal side effects, and might even be a Plan B that doesn’t piss off anti-abortion advocates.
"You know what the best job is? Blow job. Blow job, hand job, then like being a CEO. That's like third best kind of job you can have."
Rich liberals are more likely to look for love online than poor conservatives.
Is sappy and sentimental really so bad?
Eating a banana is unavoidably suggestive — so why not double down?
Nervous that you've caught feelings after one night of passion? Don't worry. It's probably just chlamydia.
"Another horrifying reminder than your aunt probably gets off to this."
Revenge porn gets all the attention, but other forms of nonconsensual adult content are thriving under the radar.
The Instacart data confirms it.
Prepare yourself for the most cringe-inducing dirty talk you'll probably ever see.
The Warehouse meant something to men of a certain age, where they could be free to be who they were and do what they pleased.
Some naturists argue there's nothing more natural than the occasional accidental arousal.
This is the set of a commercial for the Brazilian TV show "Paixões Perigosas" ("Dangerous Passions"), but the sentiment still stands.
Studies have shown that one's biological makeup could possibly influence whether or not one is a top, a bottom, or a versatile.
The challenges are less about the subject matter and more about the specific technical issues that can pop up when two nude character models smoosh together.
The $30 billion sex tech industry is about to unveil its biggest blockbuster: a $15,000 robot companion that talks, learns and never says no.
As genitals serve a fairly straightforward purpose, you'd imagine they'd always have a fairly straightforward design. You'd be wrong.
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