Men are often labeled as players who have more trouble committing than women. So why is it that women do most of the leaving? One of the largest studies on divorce, conducted by law professor Margaret Brinig and economist Douglas Allen, found that women file for divorce twice as often as men do.
In a fascinating study by Kristina M. Ovulatory shifts in clothing choice were moderated by sociosexuality, attractiveness, relationship status, and relationship satisfaction. Sexually unrestricted women, for example, showed greater shifts in preference for revealing clothing worn to the laboratory near ovulation.
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Long reads. What's your magic number? A recent poll on promiscuity suggests that there's an ideal total - and it's lower than you think.
I was at a high school house party when a guy I knew came out of the bedroom where he had just finished having sex with a friend of mine. He made a conscious, consensual choice to have sex with my friend — who was still getting dressed while he was in the other room fat and slut-shaming her to our friends — and yet he felt the need to justify such a choice as if it had been anything but pleasurable for him. He wanted to sleep with her, yet all he could see was the fat on her body.
Women want sex far more than we've been allowed to believe. So suggests a new book that shatters many of our most cherished myths about desire, including the widespread assumption that women's lust is inextricably bound up with emotional connection. Are men ready to cope with the reality of heterosexual women's horniness?
Back to Sexual health. Here are answers to some of the questions girls ask about their bodies. You'll probably start to notice changes from age 10 upwards, but there's no right or wrong time to start.
In this article, Sophie challenges the perceptions that people have about men and women and their enjoyment of sex. Check out Sophie's other work here. I love a good magazine. It comes from a good place, I think.
I'm writing this article as a follow up to the one I did on what's going on in the mind of guys who are shy and inexperienced with women. I got some feedback from women on that piece. Some said that they were shy with men and several of the points in it applied to their own situation.
The podcast takes a no holds barred approach to its subject matter, with episodes covering topics such as masturbation, virginity and orgasms. By launching the podcast, the three women hope they will tackle some of the taboos about female sexuality in their respective cultures. But popular culture has a part to play too, the podcaster continues.