Promotion vs education.
Dangerous advice from a dangerous organization.
“If it’s consensual, it’s OK… it’s totally OK.”
My personal favorite Olympic sport is rhythmic gymnastics, but condom-wrapped egg toss is a close second.
Common sense: out. Sex education classes for five-year-olds: in.
In this week’s email, a question comes from parents who don’t want their fourth grader to take the school district’s sex ed class.
A group of Tennessee lawmakers is preparing to issue an ultimatum to the University of Tennessee-Knoxville – either defund the first-ever “Sex Week” or they will defund the university.
On Tuesday, Dr. Miriam Grossman had a message for the United Nations: Shame on you.
Warning: The following contains disturbing information of a sexual nature.
Students who appear to be middle schoolers witnessed a teacher blowing up a condom like a balloon as a part of a sex ed lesson in a health class somewhere, quite possibly in Canada.
I have joked for years that MTV is destroying civilization as we know it. Then, the network gave us “Jersey Shore,” and proved my joke wasn’t funny, it was true.
MTV is now trying to lure young viewers with a saucy sex show in the "advice" category. They didn't reach for Dr. Drew or God forbid Dr. Ruth or an actual doctor of anything. They turned to filthy sex columnist and gay activist Dan Savage.
In an intriguing set of empirical studies just published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, a team of social scientists led by professor Sanne Nauts shows that the mere prospect of speaking with an unknown woman reduces men's (but not women's) performance on cognitive tasks.
Other countries limit the number of children a sperm donor may father -- in the United Kingdom, the limit is 10 -- but not in the United States, where fertility is big business.