22.10.2019 04:24 pm
How we see sex depends on our vantage point.
Few topics arouse as much interest and controversy as sex. This is hardly surprising. The biological continuance of the species hinges on it – if human beings stopped having sex, there would soon be no more human beings. Popular culture overflows with sex, from cinema to advertising to, yes, even politics. And for many, sex represents one of the most intimate forms of human connection.
Research has found that, when the affair is revealed, both partners can experience mental health issues including anxiety, depression and thoughts of suicide.
Males and females react very differently when there is temptation around.
The country has 25 million active credit consumers – and more than 10 million are behind on their payments.
Sociologist Eric Anderson recently penned a piece for the Huffington Post proposing that cheating can sometimes prove a balm to flailing relationships.
If you experience a problem, there probably isn’t anything medically wrong with you.
Sex isn’t something people normally do while monitoring the bedside clock, and unassisted time estimation may be difficult during a transportative session of love-making.
We know that the quality of our social relationships and circumstances can have profound influences on our brain.
Is there some blue-tick thrill they get knowing that their member has been ogled by a shell-shocked broad?
Both heterosexual and gay and lesbian individuals are better off in terms of health when they are married than when unmarried.
‘Opposites attract’ and ‘variety is the spice of life’? Not according to German researchers.
Like it or not, your type might be closer to your own personality than you’d like to admit.
And continue to practise them until you retire.
Payslips are some of the most important documents that you’ll receive, so it is imperative to understand what the various deductions and items on it are.