The Best Articles in Sexuality
The most useful articles and videos in Sexuality from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Sexuality Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved in Sexuality by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- All the Wrong Reasons I Slept with Men Before and Why I’m Changing Now
- Age, Sex, Location
- How to get the excitement back
- Liz Goldwyn: Sex, Health, and Consciousness
- What Women (Still) Want
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Ian Kerner: A sex therapist's secret to rediscovering your spark
Sex therapist Ian Kerner hears about a common problem from his patients: "failure to launch," or the inability to build and maintain sexual momentum. What's the solution? Whether you're looking to…
Kaz: Sex education should start with consent
Consent can be a tricky topic to talk about in sex education curriculums, but it doesn't have to be. In this hilarious and relatable talk, sex educator and TED Fellow Kaz offers a fresh look at…
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How to get the excitement back
Long-term sexual boredom is common but not inevitable. Use these five focused strategies to rekindle your sex life together
How to perform cunnilingus like a pro
Don't trust porn to teach you.
How to Give Her the Best Orgasm Ever
And it lies within your fingers.
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Why Young Men Lost Interest in Sex — Tom Greene
The New York Times reports the sexual activity of all Americans stands at a 30 year low. The number of adults age 18-24 having sex each year is even worse. About 28% report having no sex in the prior…
This is how we do it: ‘A tired, throwaway midweek shag doesn’t interest me’
Anya says Mo is gloriously uninhibited; Mo loves Anya’s curves. But a year after getting together, is sex once a week enough to satisfy both lovers?
How To Debunk Sexist Pseudoscience ❧ Current Affairs
Cordelia Fine is a psychologist and philosopher of science who has become well-known for criticizing strong claims about “innate” or “hard-wired” sex differences in the brain. Today she explains the…
From scheduling sex to being selfish: 10 ways to improve intimacy
What should you do if things have cooled in the bedroom? Relationship therapist Peter Saddington reveals how to regain intimacy with your partner
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All the Wrong Reasons I Slept with Men Before and Why I’m Changing Now
I often had sex with men when I wasn’t actually ready. I now understand why I did this, and I’ve decided to make a change.
Here's Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About Squirting
What it is, how to do it, and more of your burning questions answered.
What women do want matters as much as what we don’t.
Liz Goldwyn: Sex, Health, and Consciousness
Our sexuality is an integral part of who we are, yet our understanding of sex has been warped by everything from age-old taboos and religious dogma to a popular culture that views sexuality as…
Sex, love and companionship … with AI? Why human-machine relationships could go mainstream
Early research finds that people get just about the same gratification from sexting with a chatbot as they do with another human.
These are some of the most-read long-form articles in Sexuality.
Age, Sex, Location
Chatrooms taught me everything I needed to know about what real people were like before I had to grow up and become one of them.
The Heaviness of Hysterectomy
Removal of the uterus can have consequences that go far beyond the physical.
A Formal Feeling Comes by Jamie Hood
Maggie Millner’s Couplets is a story of love, sex, and betrayal in Bed-Stuy.
‘Please Acknowledge the Dick’: Inside a catfishing factory
Remote workers are being paid a pittance to play the roles of wholly fictional eager and unsatisfied women messaging men who sign up for sex-chat services
What Women (Still) Want
The medical community has never taken women’s sexual desire seriously. Now, Gen X women are hitting menopause and demanding better
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