This is good news for working mothers, and shows that some of the fears about working mothers are really, really misplaced.
But if you're used to having sex right before bed, you may have gotten in the habit of it being quite a lengthy affair.
According to a new study, over 40 percent of people have no idea how much money their partner makes.
Getting upset about little things, like who does the dishes or who always remembers to change the toilet paper, may seem petty, but these issues can really add up.
But why do people cheat? There's this really reductive (and sexist) way of looking at cheating where a lot of people just say "Oh, men cheat because they love sex and they want to have it with everyone."
But proposing is a huge decision, one that can shape the rest of your life, so why would 95 percent of women who presumably want to get married just wait around for it to happen?
Although couples therapy and sex discussion may seem like obvious bedfellows, discussions of sex have often been, counterintuitively, absent during couples counseling.
According to a new study from Sweden reported in Time, gay men and lesbian women have very different reasons for getting married.
There's definitely a bit of a “it's the thought that counts" when it comes to sex. I mean, if you're trying, even if it's not really doing it for me, chances are a little explanation will do the trick.
It's considered a relationship milestone, a celebration we share with our friends as soon as someone has said it to us, and has a gut-wrenching, suffocating embarrassment when it's said but not returned. But why?