The latest news on sex
Teen births have ticked up after a long decline. Is sex education the reason?
A report reveals a record number of new cases last year.
Forget the Wall Street Journal's rankings of best MBA programs; Trojan (of condom fame) released its second annual Sexual Health Report Card last week.
In no uncertain terms, the GOP tells Sen. Larry Craig, mired in a men's room sex scandal, to get the heck out of Washington--forever.
A shocking expose revealing that public sex between men does indeed happen on the University of New Mexico campus, a campus custodian says he often finds evidence of sexual activity such as used condoms, lubricants, racy magazines, and writings on the (bathroom) wall.
They've whacked Sen. Larry Craig for his airport men's room act, but GOP leaders say he can stay until his term ends next year.
Pastor Craig Gross and porn star Ron Jeremy went head to head at "The Porn Debate" on the University of Georgia campus.
A study out of the University of North Carolina shows that young people with an IQ score either below 70 or above 110 are more likely to be virgins than their average-intelligence counterparts.
Men take many more risks when it comes to sex and drugs than women, but women are catching up, Penn State's Daily Collegian writes, summarizing a survey conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics. Now that the "news" is out of the way, let's play the game "Spot the cliches, painful generalizations, and obvious statements."