What’s the plural of “clitoris”? How many nerve endings does it have? And why does it even exist? Find out your cliteracy here.

This time, psychologist Guy Winch explains how to talk about an unfulfilling sex life with your partner — and get what you want.

Many young people are turning to pornography for information. With this reality comes an opportunity: We can utilize it to start important conversations with them about sex and relationships, says public health researcher Emily Rothman.

Having open discussions can empower you, enlighten you, and maybe even help you get back your mojo, according to sex and relationship coach Pamela Joy.

Friendship, cuddling, trust, prioritizing — while these may not sound so sexy, they can help keep the fire burning in a long-term relationship, according to sex educator Emily Nagoski.

A Black woman takes a selfie where she smiles wryly at the camera. She is not wearing clothes and covers her chest with her hand. She has dark brown curly hair which frames her face, and is lying in a bed with white sheets.

Women are slowly moving towards parity in the boardroom, but not in the bedroom. Why are straight women having less satisfying sex than men? And what can we do about it?

Today, it’s not enough to have one birds-and-the-bees talk; it needs to be an open, ongoing conversation. Author and activist Christa Desir explains why and how to do it.