Musician Barry Manilow talks about his sexuality for the first time in years.
The handbook in the resource kit by the National Health Mission is written in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund.
Almost half of American children aged 10 to 17 have access to porn online. But only 27 US states mandate the teaching of sex education.
Kisspeptin, a naturally occurring sexual hormone, could be the ultimate solution to psychosexual disorders.
More Americans, particularly women, are identifying as bisexual today than they did before, a CDC survey reported.
According to a new study, parents and teenagers are less embarrassed about having the sex talk.
Researchers reported that women gamers who use sexualized female characters are more likely to objectify themselves.
Bisexual teens may not "get better," according to a new study.
A recent spike in HIV cases among Navajo people, are leaving doctors increasingly concerned that the virus is reemerging on the reservation, particularly among gay men who miss early detection of the virus, according to a report.
A new Norwegian study shows that the effect of porn on younger viewers sex life is less dramatic than previously believed.
Abused or neglected girls are five times more likely to become teen moms, according to a new study.
Famous health book for young girls is getting an upgrade after 15 years and 3 million copies.
A new study, based on interviews conducted with more than 121,000 people across USA has revealed that about 3.4 percent population across U.S identifies itself as a part of the LGBT group. The study, apparently the largest ever to have aimed at counting the nation's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender population certainly shook up some stereotypes with the release of the Gallup survey on Thursday. The study revealed that LGBT identity is highest among those who are younger, non-white and less educated, according to a report in USA Today.
Gender roles and norms are defined by the society and almost all of us involuntarily try and fit in to the set norms for the gender we belong to...According to a new study by Dr. Lisa Rosenthal from Yale University in the US, and her colleagues, this assumption may lead to loss of both power and the ability to control sexual behavior among men and women and also be the cause behind people taking increased sexual risks, such as not using a female condom.