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Making Love

Though making love does involve having sex, there's a big distinction between the two. Cover Images: Shutterstock

Are You Making Love?

By Elliot D. Cohen Ph.D.

Or just having sex.
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Twelve Rude Revelations About Sex

By Alain de Botton

Why do most people lie about their real desires?
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What Happens After Friends-With-Benefits?

By Zhana Vrangalova Ph.D.

Can the friendship survive when the benefits end?

Are Hookups Psychologically Healthy?

By Robert Biswas-Diener

Afterward, there can be renewed confidence or profound regret.

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