The latest issue of Sexual Intelligence is out. From Book of Odds, an analysis of spring break's sexual mistakes. From Evolutionary Psychology, a review of Susan Pinker's The Sexual Paradox; a review of David Geary's Male, Female: The Evolution of Human Differences; and a review of Helen Fisher's Why Him, Why Her? Decades before Kinsey, Stanford professor Clelia Mosher polled Victorian-era women on their bedroom behavior — then kept the startling results under wraps. The rise of Islamo-erotica: Ignoring the prohibition of nudity, Muslim artists are now defying religious tenets by painting naked models in pinup poses. The power of porn stars: Why we love, hate, fear and want them (and more). An interview with Gail Dines, author of PornLand: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality. Is porn good for us? Scientific examination of the subject has found that as the use of porn increases, the rate of sex crimes goes down (and more). The orgasm to die for: Auto-erotic self-asphyxiation is taking sex to another level — and it's killing hundreds of men every year. So you think you know what an orgasm is? Think again. Sirens takes a look at what you didn’t know about female ejaculation. From birth to death, we are all sexual beings: How are your orgasms, Mom? A lover's guide to older women: In 1965 Stephen Vizinczey published an explicit book about his sexual experiences across the age divide — he still believes that every man needs a Mrs Robinson (and more). Are guys using Facebook as G-rated smut? Amanda Marcotte on men who ogle pictures of their female "friends". A look at 6 things men do to get laid that science says turn women off. A review of Liberalism and Prostitution by Peter de Marneffe. Anneli Rufus on a strange sex fad in conservative America. What is a life without sex like?