Home / SEX & RELATIONSHIPS / Sex in the News (page 5)

Sex in the News

All the latest news from the weird, wild and wonderful world of sex.

Is It OK to Like 50 Shades Of Grey?

It’s the question no one seems to know how to answer: is it OK to like 50 Shades of Grey? 50 Shades has suffered widespread condemnation and criticism …

Read More »

How will sex change in 2015?

Every year, we peer into the swirling depths of our crystal ball to predict what the trends will be in the coming year, based on your feedback in …

Read More »

6 Genuinely Good Male Role Models For Men’s Day

In honor of International Men’s Day, we’ll be taking a look at a few of the best role models around today. The criteria for this are loose: they’re …

Read More »

50 Shades of Grey Trailer Review

Well, this isn’t going to end well for anyone. It’s been a couple of years in development hell but now, at long last, we can dust off our …

Read More »

5 Sexual Encounters That Changed The World

Sex has the power to change your life, but does it have the power to change the entire world? Short answer: yes. Here are 5 examples of world-changing …

Read More »

Who’s More Sexually Satisfied: The Middle Class or The 1 Percent?

If you were reading The Times, Jezebel, The Daily Mail, or any other hundreds of news websites this week, you’ve no doubt come across reportage of a Spanish …

Read More »

Men Want More Sex in Winter, Says Science

If you notice that your bedroom action is getting hotter despite the temperature outside getting colder, don’t be surprised – according to new research, chillier months find men …

Read More »

No French Word for ‘French Kiss’ – Until Now

Did you know that France’s hottest-ever export has never had a French name? And no, we’re not talking about baguettes. The French kiss finally has a French name …

Read More »

The Fifty Shades Effect: UK Couples Having 3 Times More Sex

The ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ book series is still flying off store shelves and being downloaded faster than any book in history (sorry Harry), and it now seems …

Read More »