2017

There’s no question that taking drugs or drinking before you have sex has an effect on the, ahem, activities that follow. Surely this is something you’ve discussed among friends, but to give your next conversation about the nuances of sex under the influence a bit more weight, teams of researchers from New York University and […]

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Théodore Géricault, “Three Lovers.” Wikimedia Commons A Stanford University survey analysis recently found that people who smoke cannabis regularly have more sex than people who don’t. Twenty percent more to be exact. To get an accurate picture of the drug’s effect on intercourse frequency, assistant professors of urology at Stanford Dr. Michael Eisenberg and Dr. Andrew […]

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There’s already an unfair excess of stigma around female sexuality and mental health, so struggling to deal with how one affects the other can feel like too much to bear. Women who take antidepressants are likely to experience difficulty orgasming, low sexual arousal, decreased vaginal lubrication, as well as low self-esteem in the bedroom. As […]

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