A new trend in intimacy has local couples holding back in the bedroom. They say that this ‘amazing’ new spin on sex has made their lives better than ever.
On Logo’s brand new show, aptly titled “The Sex Show,” viewers can ask all the pressing questions they have about love, sex and relationships from a panel of experts.
Relationships — whether personal or professional — play an important role in our lives. But some relationships can end up being toxic, and it’s not always easy to end them. Family therapist, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, visited the Couch to talk with us about what this can mean for you.
Retired Nassau County Police Officer Mike Tedesco pleaded not guilty Friday to having sex while on duty.
Flirting & communications expert Rachel DeAlto’s new book “Flirt Fearlessly” may not be out just yet, but she hit The Couch all of the dirt on how to make the most out of online dating and gives us her insider tips for finding love online.
Students are a-flitter over a Twitter and Facebook study that features an astonishing revelation: While the urge for sex is stronger, people are more likely to give in to the desire of social media.
Relationship expert Laurie Puhn is the author of Fight Less, Love More, and she says 5 minutes is all a couple needs to make improvements to their relationship.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is defending a city-funded pilot program to give female students the “day after pill,” otherwise known as Plan B. It can halt pregnancy if taken up to 72 hours after unprotected sex.
This gives new meaning to rounding the bases at Yankee Stadium.
At some point in their lives many women may find themselves with a decreased sex drive, but experts say that a few simple lifestyle changes can help to bring it back.
Love and relationship guru Jenny Hutt, host of her own radio show, “Just Jenny” on Sirius XM Stars, is a mother of two. She stopped by The Couch to tell us why she thinks there’s not enough action going on in the bedroom – and more importantly, how to spice it up.
Too many women go looking for love in all the wrong places, in all the wrongs ways, with all the wrong guys. Or so says professional matchmaker Amy Laurent. She’s the star of the reality hit “Miss Advised” on Bravo, and she’s also the author of the brand new book “8 Weeks To Everlasting.”
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has signed a bill to strengthen penalties against cabbies who knowingly work with sex traffickers.
Tara Driscoll, 34, of Bay Shore, was sentenced today to six years probation with sex offender conditions.
Rafael Sosa, 29, allegedly had relations with the student on several occasions. He allegedly kissed her and touched her inappropriately.