Dr. Kristen Mark
Kristen Mark, PhD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Sexual Health Promotion Laboratory at University of Kentucky. She is also the Survey Director for Good in Bed, a writer for Kinsey Confidential, Psychology Today, and Huffington Post,. Find out more about Kristen on her website KristenMark.com, read her blogs on SexpertReMark.com, follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pintrest.
Dr. Kristen Mark's Articles and Videos
New research finds sexually adventurous behaviors were associated with higher relationship and sexual satisfaction levels in the participants' current relationships. Find out what these sexually adventurous behaviors are...
Recent survey showed 52.5% of women reported that they used vibrators. Vibrator use is significantly associated with a number of really positive health outcomes like getting a gyn exam in the past year, or performing a self-exam. It was also significantly related to sexual desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm, pain, and overall function.
The search for the G-spot, and the controversy around its existence, has been going on for a while in the scientific community. Here is what the latest research has to say about the G-Spot orgasm
Have you ever wondered if there is a difference in an orgasm experience for a man and woman? Find out. Plus, watch a demonstration of a full body orgasm using Tantric massage techniques.
You’re divorced and ready to get physical again. It may seem daunting, especially if you haven’t been sexual with anyone new for years. Here are six major benefits to post-divorce sex.
A reader wrote to say he was concerned that he wasn’t able to have an orgasm at the same time as his partner. Here's why couples shouldn’t focus on simultaneous orgasm.
Man asks if there a problem being sexually active with one partner but while having sex he is thinking about another women? Also find out what are men's most common fantasies.
Women have a lower sex drive than men? No! There is so much misinformation floating around about women's sexual desire. Here are eight myths decoded based on the science of desire.