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An orgasm — whether through masturbation or sex with a partner — is known to have health benefits and may even boost your immune system. Here's why.
This 'orgasm gap' is one of the most prevalent examples of inequality between men and women today, according to the author of 'The Pleasure Gap.'
How women can have more orgasms throughout their lives, according to an expert who spent 5 years studying pleasure
According to "The Pleasure Gap" author Katherine Rowland, focusing on the quality of sex, rather than how often you have it, will be a game changer.
Before switching medications, take time to explore your own body, talk with your partner, and try some bedroom problem-solving.
The clitoris isn’t just for sexual pleasure, contrary to popular belief. It also may be crucial for reproduction.
While clitoral orgasms are an important part of pleasure in a sexual encounter, researchers found that the little organ is important for conception.
Social pressures, identify, and feeling pressured to orgasm all factor into what researchers are calling a negative orgasm experience.
A new study found that most women report trouble climaxing because their racing thoughts prevent them from relaxing and enjoying the pleasure.
Orgasms have some major health benefits. From a decrease in stress to a healthier heart, here's how orgasming is good for you.
Myths about the G-spot — the erogenous zone supposedly inside the vagina that can help a person achieve a particular kind of orgasm — are common.
From suppressing pain to activating your brain's reward pathways, here are 12 surprising things that happen in your brain during orgasm.