Stephen Hawking said the mystery he found most intriguing is “women.” It’s a tired sexist trope.
He watched people "basically engaging in cybersex," say the UK's National Crime Agency.
The agency is a fictional creation as part of a Hungary-based campaign to raise awareness about reproductive rights. And yet, in many ways, it’s not fake, either.
It's about getting more intimate with a person you’d likely never be in the same room with (let alone inside of).
Some vaginal microbes can make women’s bodies more resistant to the HIV and other STIs.
The gig economy is nothing new. In fact, it’s very, very old—dating back to what many of us know as the world’s oldest profession.
Using technology to dodge difficult conversations just undermines the intimacy that sex is supposed to create.
Two doctors have launched a campaign against sex robots to save humanity from endless sadness.
Devices that measure your sex life and let you share it, too.
There were cells on both sides, stacked fourteen high. Every cell was the same. In number 509 lived Marvin and his sluts.