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5 Things You Need To Know About So-Called “Female Viagra”
Flibanserin, the first libido drug for women, got green-lit today
Could Scientists Have Found A Gay Switch?
Epigenetic molecules that regulate genes may influence homosexuality.
Love Of Spicy Food Is Built Into Your Personality
Love of spicy food isn't just desensitization, or cultural upbringing--it also has ties to who you are.
The Curious Science of Bodily Functions
A new book explores why our bodies do the things they do
Rape Results In More Pregnancies Than Consensual Sex, Not Fewer
Fact-checking Todd Akin
Strong Hands and Voice Pitch Really Are Signs of Fertility
New research strengthens the link between physical attributes and baby-making potential
What Our Eyes Say About Our Sexual Preferences
Women are more flexible in their desires than men, study suggests
After Decades of Mystery, Has the G-Spot Been Found?
A surgeon claims to have found the fabled organ, but skeptics say not so fast
Q&A: The Surprising Phenomenon of Exercise-Induced Orgasms
A first-person coregasm testimonial
PopSci Q&A: The Quest for a Male Contraceptive
John Amory, a doctor at the University of Washington, has been developing a male contraceptive for 15 years. Turns out, … Continued