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Testing of Male Contraceptive Gel to Begin in 2015

Scientists have developed a polymer hydrogel that might be a suitable contraceptive for men. Clinical trials of Vasalgel are expected to begin next year.

Experts Recommend Chlamydia, Gonorrhea Screening For Women

Sexually active women aged 24 and younger should be screened for two of the most common sexually-transmitted infections

Female Sexual Health to be Discussed at FDA Meeting

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would like to hear more about women’s views on female sexual dysfunction and its treatment. Blog

Sex for Women After 50

Let’s take a look at some of the sexual issues often faced by women after 50...

What if Oral ED Medications Don’t Work?

Medications like Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis are heavily marketed and sometimes portrayed as a magic pill that can make a man’s erection problems disappear.

Sensate Focus

Sensate focus emphasizes the physical sensations of touch. It is designed to foster trust and intimacy between partners. Did You Know?

Monitoring Devices for Sexual Health

Researchers have developed a special device that can monitor a man’s moves during sex.

Facial Preferences and Gender Identity

It appears that gender identity affects facial preferences more than sexual orientation, according to Italian researchers.

Women: One or Two Better Sexual Experiences Each Month Would be “Meaningful”

In a recent survey, 95% of female respondents said that having one or two improved sexual experiences each month would be “meaningful” for them.