This is the first in a series of articles sharing research by Kinsey Institute researchers and their colleagues on a variety of factors affecting the public perception of abortion in the United States.
By Justin Lehmiller People don’t always use condoms consistently, and there are a large number of reasons for this. However, one that has increasingly been of interest to sex scientists is something termed condom use resistance. This occurs when the partners don’t agree on whether condoms should be used and the one who doesn’t want… Read more »
By Dr. Justin Lehmiller Pubic hair grooming is an age-old practice that dates back to the ancient Greeks and Egyptians. Though not new by any stretch of the imagination, genital grooming has increased in popularity in the last few years. In fact, studies consistently find that a majority of women and men alike report having… Read more »