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Does Japan need more research on the international marriages (Kokusai kekkon) and migration trends?

Japan, similar to the rest of the world, faces the complex process of rapid and profound demographic and socio-economic changes (Matsumoto, 2002; Kingston, 2004; Roach, 2009), challenging the established and time-honored attitudes and perceptions of social and intimate relationships, public … Continue reading

The latest once-a-decade British sex survey results are out!

If you are curious about changing attitudes to sexual behaviours, then please check the link Let’s talk about sex on BBC by Nick Triggle. Have fun!

Mary Roach: 10 things you didn’t know about orgasm. From TED talks

If you have aver wondered what is in utero fetal masturbation or whether it is possible to trigger an orgasm reflex in dead person, or even what is the relationship between modern farmers in Denmark and piglets production, then it … Continue reading

Virginia Johnson – the icon and pioneer of the scientific approach in sexology just passed away aged 88

Virginia Johnson – the icon and pioneer of the scientific approach in sexology, just passed away on July 24th 2013 in St. Louis, USA. Together with the gynecologist William Masters created a duo that in the 60s, 70s and 80s … Continue reading

Gender dysphoria fka gender identity disorder

The American Psychiatric Association on 18 May 2013 released a new, fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), which intended to officially end a long term discussion over a controversial term “gender identity disorder”. The … Continue reading

Nature versus Nurture

One of a very famous and tragic stories in the history of sexology is a case of John/Joan (David Reimer). This documentary may offer you food for thought in terms of what really makes us a man or a woman. Dr. Money … Continue reading