Women learn about sex through the eyes of the world around them. They learn to see themselves through the desires of men and popular culture. Women grow up watching the story of sexuality being retold again and again through the eyes of the outsider instead of through their own bodies.
Some of the most obvious developments happen in the sex toy business. Every year, there are dozens of flashy, new sex toys that promise to add new dimensions to the experience of sexual pleasure. So, if this is the case, why have I never mentioned them before?
Rhythm holds the key to good sex, a study suggests.
There's a history in Christian thought of describing sex -- holy, good sex -- as sacramental; a point of ecstatic connection
And the global impact of these results should not be underestimated. "When we talk of married adolescent girls, we need to
A caller on the Diane Rehm radio show just now described himself as "a Christian man" and went on to criticize -- justly, in my view -- the effect of church attitudes towards towards girls' sexuality.
Many of us simply don't make pleasure a priority in our lives. We put everything else before our own pleasure and then we are simply too tired for pleasure. Or we run out of money or time. Remember, pleasure doesn't have to involve a partner.
Porn is what it is. And for the most part it is a visual aid to assist in male sexual arousal. It's not designed to be sexual
Contrary to popular belief, in order to gain positive psychological or spiritual benefits, neither sadomasochism, nor yoga
My surprise over first hearing about this case was not that there was an assault on campus, but that there was a young woman brave enough to come forward. That further begs the question, "What are we teaching our young men?"