Women chose bigger penises for a one-time sexual encounter versus a long-term partner, showing that the ideal penis is larger than the global average
I’m worried my issue will cost me my relationship – but the thought of sex fills me with dread
Parents may not want to go as far as Jeremy Hunt in policing cyberspace, but the desire to be ‘cool’ can make a laissez-faire approach even more dangerous
Will lawyer Jen, 26, hit it off with chartered surveyor Jeremy, 29?
For years, terror of spinsterhood had kept me mouldering along in disharmony with a man who upset my family and repelled my friends. But now I have a gang
On 1 April, 11 years ago, I looked into my spare room to check that it really was empty. Yes, it was. My partner of 12 years had finally gone, and taken all his belongings with him: the floor-to-ceiling shelves and everything on them; the squillion books; papers; monster collection of photos and other bits and scraps – twigs, stones, “arrangements” and assorted waste material. Not a trace of him was left. The vacuum cleaner stood all by itself in the middle of the room. I was single again, at 62.
Equality between the sheets beats equality on the streets, if you have cerebral palsy – and I rarely have a bad time with my dates
Sex and disability are rarely thought of in tandem, and when they are it’s more often than not in the context of a heterosexual, long-term relationship. That’s not me. I’m a gay man and have a fairly stereotypical lifestyle for someone in his mid-20s in central London.