This Transgender Archive’s Oldest Artifacts Tell a Story of Courage and Community

The Digital Transgender Archive was born out of two researchers’ frustration with finding materials by and about transgender people

Neisseria gonorrhoeae, the bacterium responsible for the sexually transmitted infection gonorrhea.

Gonorrhea Is Developing Antibiotic Resistance

And public health officials are scared of what comes next

Better HIV Prevention Could Be Leading to Higher Syphilis Rates

Syphilis rates increased by 13 percent between 2012 and 2013

Teen Pregnancies Have Hit an All-Time Low

But teens still aren’t opting for the most effective forms of birth control

Who wouldn't love that face?

Lady Wolf Spiders Use Silk to Flirt

Counter to the common wisdom, it’s not just males that do the pursuing

Journey back to the Paris of the Marquis de Sade by strolling around the Marais, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods.

Tour Paris With the Marquis de Sade as Your Guide

Traces still remain in the City of Love of the famed author and sex icon

These Sexy Geckos are Lost in Space

These lizards have been accidentally left to fornicate all alone among the stars

The initiation ceremony for a 19th century secret society, as imagined by an artist.

The Cannibal Club: Racism and Rabble-Rousing in Victorian England

These 19th-century gentlemen of good standing let their inner boors loose in secret London backrooms

Young Men Often Deal With Unwanted Sexual Advances From Women

Nearly half of the male students surveyed said they had been on the receiving end of an attempt at sexual coercion


In the Animal Kingdom, Couples Are Often More "Monogam-ish" Than Monogamous

That an animal "mates for life" doesn't often mean what you think it means

Americans Are More Into BDSM Than The Rest of the World

Not only is BDSM far more common than you might think, it’s also far less of a red-flag when it comes to health and psychology

Attractive Cyclists Are More Likely to Win Races

Endurance might be correlated with how attractive we find someone, new research suggests

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