When He Throws Your Birth Control Pills in the Garbage
Pressuring someone not to use birth control is called reproductive coercion and it's a form of intimate partner violence.
People Are Already Dying From Being Denied Abortions
A new study is a reminder of the serious consequences of restricting abortion access.
What It Feels Like to Learn Your Rapist Is Dead
“There was a part of me that felt he never got a fair shake in life.”
Machismo Is Ruining the Planet, Study Says
A new study finds that men are less likely to purchase eco-friendly products or participate in sustainable activities when they seem too "feminine."
Why Smart People Are Lazier than Their Dumb Friends
According to a 2016 study, people with a high need for cognition are more likely to spend their days lounging around and not exercising.
How to Get Out of Bed When You're Depressed
Shake your body, call a friend, talk to yourself in third person.
Why Men Exaggerate the Number of Women They've Slept With
A new study examines the gender discrepancy in a survey around sexual partners. We spoke with the lead author on the study about their findings.
The Way You Walk May Reveal How Aggressive You Are
A new, exploratory study that looks at the correlation between personality traits and your gait indicates that body language can speak volumes.
How We Think Sex Changes After Childbirth Versus How It Actually Changes
A new study shows that many women believe that vaginal childbirth will negatively affect their sex life, but experts say it's more complicated than that.
Millennials May Cheat on Their Partners Because They Are Freaking Out About Life
A new study explores how infidelity can be a means through which young adults try to navigate their own development—but also finds that this isn't always the case.
Hot People Suck at Longterm Relationships, Study Says
We talked to the researcher behind a recent study that claims physically attractive people have shorter relationships and are more likely to experience divorce than physically unattractive people.
Narcissistic Psychopaths More Likely to Major in Business and Economics, Study Finds
Researchers surveyed 487 undergraduates to figure out whether people with "dark" personalities are more likely to self-select into certain fields.