It's rarely easy to align the stars of love. But with a little planning and awareness, there may be more opportunity than you think.
Despite all the requisite challenges of being married with children and jobs and mortgages and debilitating health issues (etc.), we need sex.
Parenting can put sex at the bottom of the to do list. Add it to the top for five days and see what happens.
Like the teenage years version 2.0, sneaking around after kids can be equally as exciting and primed for getting caught.
A co-sleeping arrangement does not have to be the end of exciting times. In many ways, the constraints can be the beginning of something even better.
It's a talk we need to have in various ways, shapes and forms from early on. If you haven't yet talked to your teen about sex, these tips can help.
When a book being read aloud turns surprisingly sexual, a mom ends up having a hilarious conversation with her two sons.
A conversation about sex and parenthood with Hillary Frank, host of "The Longest Shortest Time." Learn about "The Parents’ Guide to Doing It - Live!" in NYC
🔊 Listen to Post In today’s poll, we’re asking parents to share when they learned about the birds and the bees, vs when they think their own kids should learn about this topic. We also ask if sex education should be…