I spoke with animator Signe Baumane about that, depression and 'Sex and the City'.
We investigate the future of love and sex in the digital age – including the evolution of the porn industry, "teledildonics" and the very real possibility of virtual romances.
If you've never gone through an existential crisis, you've never truly lived. Questioning who you are, where you are and why you're here is a necessity for sentience. Here's a primer to get you started.
We spoke to Liverpudlian artist James Unsworth about getting in trouble with the law.
A new exhibition at The Wellcome Collection pitches the research of sexologists against x-rated art.
Dr Tuppy Owens wonders why we still frown upon the idea of disabled people "getting randy" and enjoying sex.
When you peep into a neighbor's window, the neighbor's window also peeps into you.
A state-run mass sterilisation went horribly wrong in India this week, but it's just the tip of the iceberg.
The female orgasm isn't a myth, you just need a wealthy family, great comic timing and broad shoulders.
I want no part in any feminism that takes "we know what's best for you" as its starting point.
Your vagina has less of a right to privacy than your credit card numbers or medical records. That's objectively fucked-up.
The three stages of sex memory: fondness, realisation, sheer fucking terror.
If he were a women, would we allow him to sell his music by talking up his lay-count?
Justin Blanc, a well-known "dating coach," has come under fire for using his seminars to talk about how he physically harasses women on the street.
When a neighbor boy waves his penis at you in a rude way, the only reasonable response is to become a superhero vigilante and ram into him.
The state and the scientists want to destroy you. The reason why is unclear.
Probably not, but it's something.
Especially when you're spilling blood and booze on the Prince of Wales Road.
For the past three months, Dan Perino's "Looking for a Girlfriend" flyers have been plastered all over New York City.
I asked prominent trans writer and activist Jennifer Finney Boylan.
A new book explores the broader issues behind our political beliefs, including a survey into British people's perceptions about sex and politics. Apparently Ukippers are into dildos and Labour supporters like to experiment.
Hitting that endless London novelty trail in a desperate quest for love.
Everything from cutting geriatrics out of rubber suits to fending off flashers.
Women who want to increase their low libidos have to take pills designed to give men erections. Is there a better way?