Promiscuity

Yet McCleneghan's emphasis is on union: First of all, the subtitle to the new book Good Christian Sex is Why Chastity Isn't
No one ever woke up feeling sick and full of regret because they surpassed some imaginary quota, but you can bet plenty of people have met the new day feeling sick and full of regret because the previous night's experience wasn't satisfying or meaningful or fun or safe or sober.
I'm surprised that bisexuality remains the ugly stepchild of both the gay and straight communities.
If there is one thing that our society likes to do, it's judging women who dare to be promiscuous and have an enjoyable sex life. But who said we can't be ladylike, promiscuous and confident all at the same time?
"What's going to happen next in terms of how gay men have sex is going to be very interesting."
The goal is for the addict is to learn to securely attach to healthy partners and experience the joy of intimacy, which once tasted, can be so powerful it incinerates all illusions that sexual acting out can ever fulfill the deep inner longing for connection that all humans have in common.
"Wild" is a daring, inspiring film of one brave woman's self-overcoming and the journey she had to go on to own her life, to embrace all aspects and every minute of it, and release the "woulda-shoulda-coulda-didn'ts" that our minds are wont to create.
More often than not, women's economic dependence on men is bundled up with strong views against sexual promiscuity. But why? Are economic dependence and anti-promiscuity morality both symptoms of the same cause? Patriarchy, perhaps? Or does one bring about the other?
"You looked hot, but not slutty. You looked classy, not trashy," said Armstrong. "You hooked up just the right amount, but
Progress isn't possible when shame is present. It's time for a more humane and loving approach. We must come together to foster compassionate dialogue grounded in scientific evidence about all of the available options to protect ourselves and take care of each other.
I'm fascinated to see how the world's media covers a paper out this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS). It has an irresistible combination of clickbait-ready elements: a cute small mammal, booze and serious questions about monogamy.
A 2005 study found that both women and men were judged for a high number of sexual partners, but other research has suggested
Eleven heterosexual college-aged women, who 31 men had rated as the most attractive out of a pool of 58 female volunteers
It's amazing how many words exist in the English language for a woman who enjoys sex -- and how few exist for a man who does the same.
There were many times I was lucky not to have been hurt as I indulged in some serious stupidity, waking up god-knows-where and telling myself, Jill, remember how this feels. Remember just how low and dirty and rotten this feeling is so you don't do it again.
"Guys just want sex and aren't interested in relationships." It's the story we typically hear about male sexuality, whether it's guys like Barney on "How I Met Your Mother" or even General David Petraeus. But we haven't been given the whole story.
Maggie does not exude Sex Goddess, yet recently she told me she's had "somewhere between 30 and 40" lovers in her life. And her husband, Mark, has had three, including Maggie.
In fact, the alchemy of attraction is so personal and inexplicable, no one fully understands it. Poets, playwrights, and