August is the sexiest month of the year! According to a surveys, August is when many Brits have the most sex, followed closely by July and then June.
We've all heard these things being said about female sexuality before, but are they actually true? Find out here!
Did you know that 1 billion Valentine's cards are exchanged throughout the world each year, making Valentine's Day the second most popular card sending holiday after Christmas? But why do we celebrate this day in February each year?
We all know that we can feel 'under the weather' at times, but does the weather really affect the way we feel and can it make us feel sexier?
Studies have shown that vibrators can give actors and singers more vocal power. A performance not to be missed!
New research recently published by the University of Texas and the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management found that the ovulatory cycle makes women behave in a competitive manner which could have important implications for consumers, retailers and researchers.
Can oysters put you in the mood for sex? A centuries old way of boosting your libido is to eat certain foods to put you in the mood.
Does penis size matter? Men spend more time worrying about this age old question than their partners, many of whom are more than happy with their man's penis size
Many of us believe that spring is the mating season, but a study conducted in the Journal of Human Sexuality (2013) found that surprisingly, heterosexual men are more attracted to women in the winter months.
According to research by Beth Montemurro, associate professor of sociology at Penn State University, USA, sex is more satisfying for women when they are in love and in a committed relationship.
Did Fifty Shades of Grey have an effect upon the sexual activity of the nation or not? Following the release of the Fifty Shades trilogy, the increase in sales of whips, cuffs and bondage products indicated that people were becoming more sexually adventurous.
Research by the University of Aberdeen by David Smith and his colleagues in 2011 found that a low male voice is important for both choice of partner and the accuracy of the female memory.
Sex is apparently like money: the more you have, the better you feel and if you are having more sex than your neighbours, that's even better. Research conducted by Professor Tim Wadsworth at the University of Colorado, Boulder, demonstrated how sexual frequency corresponds with happiness.
Most information about sex is focused on having sex and how to make it feel great rather than not having it, but many people choose not to have sex for a variety of reasons. Find out more about them here.
Apparently it does when it comes to romance and height! A recent study conducted by Rice University and the University of Texas in January 2014 found that the height of a potential partner matters more to women than men.
Red has long been associated with women's sexual attractiveness, but a study conducted by the University of Kent has shown that this is not linked to the colour of female genitalia as imagined in the male mind as previously believed.
Attitudes towards sex and marriage have been changing considerably for centuries. Find out about some of the rituals of old here - some stranger than others!
More than 90% of human societies kiss, perhaps indicating that this ancient expression of love is practised for good reason. Kissing is good for us but impacts us on a far deeper, more complex level that you might expect.
Wandering wombs, biting vaginas and hysteria... The female body was always somewhat of an unknown in medical history: look back on some of the weird and wonderful things that were believed about women and their bodies!