Recognizing persons with dementia as sexual is only the first step. How does one address the issues of sexual consent and dementia?
Not everyone is interested in self-pleasure. There are several socio-psychological reasons why.
Research contradicts media portrayals and socio-sexual scripts that makeup sex is sexually gratifying and a good way to resolve relationship conflict.
Here are the key things to look for if you suspect your partner is a sexual narcissist.
The old cliché suggests that sex and headaches don’t go together. However, research finds that, for some headache sufferers, sexual desire is present and can relieve pain.
Why would someone enjoy having their breathing restricted during sexual activity? Research highlights some possible psychological motivations behind “breath play.”
Infidelity is not always about sex. Here are fifteen other reasons that people use to explain why they cheat on their partners.
Not everyone experiences the positive afterglow of sex. What postcoital dysphoria is, how frequently it occurs, and reasons behind the feelings are explored in This Sexual Self.
Individuals have different internal and external reactions to tickling. Meaning attribution explains the reactions and motives behind tickling.
Forget the sounds of silence. Listening to music while having sex provides significant benefits for psychological and sexual well-being.