Scientists, Humanities Scholar, tech writers, sex writers, robot enthusiasts and journalists gathered together at Goldsmiths, University of London for the Second International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots.
A regular sexual intercourse may improve the memory of young women, a new study revealed. The same effect was seen regardless if the woman is in a committed relationship with her sexual partner or not.
A recently published research in the Journal of Neuroscience Research clearly showed a link between sex and the development of multiple sclerosis.
A new research has established the connection brain activity when conducting religious engagements and results showed that the effect is the same as the effect of drugs, love, sex and gambling.
Sex with robots is slated to become so popular that it will totally wipe out actual human intercourse by 2050, according to experts.
We caught modern genital warts because our ancestors were having sex with the HPV infected Neanderthals.
Bored Men Having Dirty Talks With Artifical Intelligence
Failure to find a compatible sexual aprtner could be considered as a disability.
Warming water temperatures and increased carbon dioxide are causing a population growth among a species of shrimp-like crustaceans.
Studies revealed that Diego, a Galapagos giant tortoise, fathered almost 40 percent of the young offsprings released in the wild on Española Island in the Galapagos Islands. His sexual exploits may just save his species from extinction.
A new study revealed that fake embryos could be used in combination with sperm to produce an offspring in mice models.
A sexbot conference in Manchester, Britain discusses the possibility of intimate relationships in the digital age, specifically robots. In the near future, robots may have the ability to have sex with human beings or perform sex acts using virtual reality devices. Because of this, the question is: will robots be better in bed?
With penises as long as their bodies, successful mating for these beetles lies on the penile stiffness.
A new study show that women tend to fake their orgasms as a way to quickly end an unwanted and non-pleasurable sex.