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I knew getting sober would change my life. I wasn’t prepared for how it affected sex.

I had depended on alcohol to ease social and sexual interactions

One woman cheated; another was cheated on. Here’s what happened when they tried saving their marriages.

Many couples will call it quits. What happens for those who choose to stay?

Today’s sex dolls can talk and they’re warm to the touch. Their lifelike qualities could change everything.

AI sex robots were rolled out a couple years ago, but every few months a more developed doll comes along

Rapper T.I. said he ensures his daughter’s hymen is ‘intact.’ Here’s what an OB/GYN wants her to know.

The rapper said he accompanies his daughter to the doctor each year

The menopause guide for all ages

It’s an inevitable part of life. Here’s what to know, plus recommendations for women going through it.

You had questions about sex and sexuality. We’ve got answers.

Here’s what you wanted to know about intimacy, and what we found out

Lily Lines: Women of all ages have this intimacy issue

Plus, the first all-female spacewalk makes history

This ‘kosher sex store’ is the first in the world. Its owner wants to help people ‘give sexuality more meaning.’

The Tel Aviv shop is named for the controversial, best-selling self-help book ‘Kosher Sex: A Recipe for Passion and Intimacy’

Candace Bushnell is back, decades after ‘Sex and the City,’ with a new book about women, sex and New York City

‘Is There Still Sex in the City?’ is already being developed for a television series

‘I have had sex ... and Jesus still loves me’: A rare moment of sex-positivity for ‘The Bachelorette’

Monday night’s episode featured the quote viewers had been waiting for all season