in 1995, John Leland compared two strikingly different depictions of the teenage experience for Newsweek.
Modern sex's most popular mouthpiece, Dan Savage, discusses the good and the bad when bumping uglies.
An excruciatingly delightful comedy.
The Falling depicts a postwar England where female characters rebel against the norm.
Thousands of child sex abuse cases to emerge after arrest of primary school director in eastern France.
The campaign is part of an effort to get the FDA to reverse what critics call a double standard for gay and bisexual men.
Doctors and patients, men and women, find it hard to even discuss when to resume.
Strauss-Kahn, 65, is accused of instigating parties he knew involved prostitutes between 2008-2011.
Same-Sex Marriage Is Legal in Alabama—or Is It?
The study was conducted over a decade and concluded that the site's personal ads led to an increase in the disease.
Dershowitz seeks the disbarment of two lawyers representing a woman who alleges underage sexual abuse by his client
The royal family denies Andrew had any connection to sex ring involving underage girls
New data and directives presented by outgoing Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel draw a lukewarm response.
The new law has both conservative members of Parliament and sex-work advocates up in arms.
Scientists are developing artificial intelligence so sophisticated that they think relationships – both platonic and sexual – will become commonplace within our lifetimes
"Sweetie" sting reveals tens of thousands of men looking for underage girls to perform sexual acts on a webcam
A new report released by the Vatican Monday suggests a softening in tone—if not in policy—toward gays and gay marriage.
France has seen its leaders slide from chaos to slapstick as scandal after scandal has rocked the Paris elite
Researchers found that in flies, a previous mate's sperm could affect the size of a female's offspring
Law requires state-funded colleges and universities to adopt affirmative consent and other sexual assault policies