Description:Sex therapy is a type of psychotherapy that’s specializing in solving causes of sexual dysfunction such as stress, anxiety, depression, and trauma from bad past sexual experiences. Sex therapy is a continuous process, and the success depends on one’s commitment and the efforts they apply towards achieving their goals. (more…)
Category Archives: Sex
Whether it’s due to work stressors or relationship woes, it’s quite common for men to experience sexual performance anxiety at some point in their lives. And with over 40 million people suffering from anxiety in the USA alone, it’s not surprising that performance issues come into play. In this article, we explain what performance anxiety is and how to overcome it. (more…)
Bisherige Studien ließen vermuten, dass sexuell objektifizierte Frauen und Männer visuell auf die gleiche Art und Weise verarbeitet werden wie Objekte. Ein internationales Forschungsteam um Giorgia Silani und Helmut Leder von der Universität Wien untersuchte nun, unter welchen Bedingungen dieses Phänomen auftritt und bestätigen damit diese Annahme. Die Ergebnisse der Studie wurden kürzlich in der renommierten Fachzeitschrift “PlosOne” veröffentlicht. (more…)
Sexual conflict between males and females can lead to changes in the shape of their genitals, according to research on burying beetles by scientists at the University of Exeter.
The study, published in the journal Evolution, provides new evidence that conflict over how often mating takes place can lead to males evolving longer penis-like organs and females larger ‘claws’ on their genitalia, within ten generations. (more…)
In 2013, the Food and Drug Administration cut the dosage for the sleep aid Ambien in half for women because it left them drowsy in the morning and more at risk for accidents.
That was 21 years after the drug was approved for sale. (more…)
Are the sexual interests and behaviors of Quebeckers abnormal? According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), sexual interests fall into two categories: normal (normophilic) and anomalous (paraphilic). (more…)
Findings support decades of research by UCLA professor who co-authored study
“It’s like she’s not really there.”
– Study participant who bought sex (more…)