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Is a Kiss Just a Kiss? Scientists Study Why We Pucker Up

Though kissing may be considered first base by some, new research says that this sexual activity has many functions in a relationship but sexual arousal isn’t one of the more important ones.

Though kissing may be considered first base by some, new research says that this sexual activity has many functions in a relationship—but sexual arousal isn’t one of the more important ones.

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Sexual Health Roundup: Sexting is Normal and Summer Is the Season to Think “Sex”

In this week’s sexual health roundup: researchers at the University of Michigan looked at the sexting behavior and psychological health of over 3,000 college students and determined that sexting did not, in fact, lead to heartache; another study of college students found that mixing alcohol and caffeinated energy drinks may increase risky behaviors such as drunk sex and casual sex; and a survey of Google searches since 2006 confirms what birth records have suggested for years — Americans do actually think about sex more in the summer. 

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New Report from CDC Finds Drop in Risky Sexual Behavior

This week the CDC released a report that suggests that Americans are practicing fewer risky behaviors when it comes to HIV transmission.

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Majority of Women Use Contraception Irrespective of Religious Affiliation

A report released by the Guttmacher Institute yesterday shows that while religious affiliation may play some role in decisions regarding sexual behavior, it has little to do with whether women (married and unmarried) use contraception.  

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Virgin Club Wins “Who Judged First” Contest

I know it’s considered only politically correct to be generous to sexual abstainers, and I am, so long as they’re humble about their choices. But the holier-than-thou abstainers get no sympathy from me.

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