What does YOUR sex fantasy say about you?

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From threesomes to dreaming of sleeping with someone else, your raunchy dreams unravelled By Tracey Cox ood news if you enjoy having erotic daydreams. Research done by an Israeli psychologist has just found having sexual fantasies about people other than your partner doesn’t significantly harm your relationship. So let’s skip to the second most popular …

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Negative Attitudes Slow Acceptance of Bisexuality

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By Rick Nauert PhD Although positive attitudes toward gay men and lesbians have increased over recent decades, a new study shows attitudes toward bisexual men and women are relatively neutral, if not ambivalent. Researchers at Indiana University Center for Sexual Health Promotion say their study is only the second to explore attitudes toward bisexual men …

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Girls Gone Wild: Why Straight Girls Engage In Same-Gender Sexual Experiences

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By Jamie Budnick “Straight girls kissing” has become something of a curious and controversial cultural phenomenon over the last 15 years. Madonna and Britney Spears famously locked lips in front of millions during the 2003 Video Music Awards, with Scarlett Johansson and Sandra Bullock following suit seven years later at the MTV Movie Awards. In …

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What BDSM might teach us about affirmative consent

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Study finds subculture has lower levels of rape-supportive beliefs By  Tom Parisi new study by Northern Illinois University psychologists suggests that evidence for the effectiveness of the “Yes Means Yes” affirmative-consent movement, which has taken hold on many college campuses nationwide, might be found in an unlikely subculture—the BDSM community. While some critics of BDSM …

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Sexual pain after cancer treatment an unspoken affliction for many women, UC Davis oncologist says

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By Claudia Buck exual pain is a common, but unspoken, aftermath of women’s cancer treatment. Doctors can be reluctant and patients too embarrassed to discuss it. But it’s an all-too-real aspect of cancer treatment for women, according to Dr. Vanessa Kennedy, a gynecological oncologist for the UC Davis Health System. “Some patients are two to …

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