Incorporating sex (the biological attributes distinguishing males, females, or intersex individuals) and gender (psychological, social, and cultural factors which affect how a human identifies in society) could help improve scientific research, reduce bias and create new opportunities for innovation.
Embedding a molecule called TRPM8 into the surface of some cells helps reduce aggression and sexual appetite in mice, a new study reports.
Contrary to popular conceptions that marijuana may impair sexual desire and performance, a new study reveals frequent marijuana use is associated with increased coital frequency.
According to a new study, older people who engage in sexual activity on a frequent basis scored higher on tests that reflect cognitive abilities.
According to researchers, female fruit flies become significantly more aggressive following sex as a variety of proteins apparent in semen stimulate behavioral changes.
Researchers report partners experience a sexual 'afterglow' that last for up to 48 hours and is linked to relationship quality over time.
A new study debunks abstinence theories and suggests athletes should not feel guilty when engaging in sexual activity up to the day before competition.