In the May 2018 installment of sexuality research, we dive into the latest studies and surveys to find out how illness, medications, stress, and surgery affect sexual function. This month's research also includes information on how relationship satisfaction and sense of smell relate to sexual pleasure. Thyroid Conditions Correlate With Both Premature Ejaculation & Delayed … [Read more...]
Each month, we sift through numerous medical journals to find the most interesting and latest research on sexuality and relationships. If you are a journalist and would like early access to our monthly list of research studies 2 weeks before it's publicly published, please email [email protected] and we will send it to you free of charge.
1. Racism and Sexism Limits Black College Women’s Sexual Partner Options and Leads Them to Pursue Sexual Relationships Outside the University Setting Source - Amarachi R. Anakaraonye, Emily S. Mann, Lucy Annang Ingram & Andrea K. Henderson Finding: Researchers conducted interviews with 20 black women who were attending college to learn more about their sex lives and discovered that racism … [Read more...]
1. Girls With Good Paternal Relationships Make Less Risky Sexual Choices Source - Patrice Sentino, Phyllis L. Thompson, William R. Nugent & Derrick Freeman Findings - A survey of 476 girls and women between the ages of 12 and 21 looked at their relationships with their fathers. The majority of respondents either agreed or strongly agreed that they had good communication with their fathers. … [Read more...]
1. Only 20% of Husbands Aware of Wives' Sex Work Source - Jennifer Guida, Liangyuan Hu & Hongjie Liu Findings: A study noted many risky behaviors by women sex workers in China. Many of the women engaged in condomless sex with concurrent partners, including romantic partnerships (husbands or boyfriends). Women were more likely to be sex workers if they only had boyfriends and not … [Read more...]
View all previous research here. If you are a journalist and would like early access to our monthly sexuality research before it's publicly published, please email: [email protected] Below you'll find the newest studies and surveys about human sexuality from January 2018. 1. Sapiosexuals Genuinely Exist: Intelligence is a Turn-On, But Too Much Is a Turn-Off Source - Gilles E. Gignac, … [Read more...]
View all previous research here. If you are a journalist and would like early access to our monthly sexuality research before it's publicly published, please email: [email protected] As most of our guides and articles contain references to academic and clinical research, we decided to share the most interesting research we found from 2017. Enjoy! 1. Nanotechnology for treating erectile … [Read more...]