Post(s) tagged with "relationships"

Why Foreplay is Important ⇢

How to Decipher Your Date…with Science - | - Science of Relationships ⇢

Below is a list of points in the article (read the full article here), followed by the real science:

Science Proves Cuddling After Sex is Crucial ⇢

Are you a big spoon or a little spoon? ^_^

9 Types Of Sex To Reignite The Spark In Your Relationship ⇢

8 Signs You Are Good In Bed ⇢

Partner Underwear Swap! via Humon 

Partner Underwear Swap!
via Humon 

Decoding Sex in the Media: There are No Blurred Lines When it Comes to Consent ⇢

Does Sexual Arousal Override Feelings of Disgust? ⇢

Should You Expect Your Partner To Orgasm During Sex?  ⇢

William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the founders of the modern sex therapy movement, believed that one of the keys to resolving sexual difficulties is getting clients to stop approaching sex in this achievement-oriented fashion and, instead, just relax.

lehmiller - The Psychology of Human Sexuality - The Sex Lives Of Friends With Benefits (Infographic) ⇢

The Gay Guide to Wedded Bliss ⇢

Why you shouldn’t (and should) be monogamous ⇢

Teenagers already know about sex. Let's teach them what a relationship looks like ⇢

Back in 2011, one researcher for the BBC Radio 4 documentary Teenage Kicks said memorably that she kept coming up against the assertion among teenagers that certain abusive behaviour - such as “slut-shaming” on the internet, “back-handing” a girl if she refuses your advances, or passing your girlfriend around your friends for sexual favours - is “technically wrong, but normal”, so hardly worth complaining about. This means that we have to encourage open discussion about abuse, and hold lessons and lectures and seminars about abuse, rather than hoping that any checklist will do the work for us. Identifying abuse is the start - but building relationship education properly into the national curriculum is the only way to seriously target a culture of ‘normal’ violence, assault and mistreatment that starts in the playground and escalates over a lifetime.

via Humon

via Humon

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