Top Facts

Millions of facts about sex and love exist out there. So what are the most important? We break down love, sex, and relationships into easy bits of important information.

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Contraception: what do LGBT people need?

Do LGBT people need birth control? It may not have crossed their mind, but yes, absolutely! Let's bust some myths: for pleasurable sex that's also safe.

The penis: 13 odd facts

Love Matters prides itself in providing all the basic facts you need to know about the penis. Here, however, we provide some of the less basic facts.

How good are you in bed?

Do you want to know how you rate in between the sheets? Take the Love Matters quiz and find out how you measure up!

Curved penis: top facts

While the road to love isn't straight and smooth for most people, things can get even trickier when you have a curved penis. Or maybe not?

Healthy testicles and penis: top facts

Keeping your genitals healthy is important for a man. Check out our tips and facts to make sure you are not missing out.

Breast cancer and men: know the risks

Did you know that men can also get breast cancer? Get the facts and what to look out for in this week's Top Facts.

Body safety: how to talk to your kids

What do you need to do to help your kids understand the concept of body safety and sexual abuse? There's only one way: talk to them in their language.

Five reasons to glove up now

Why do we see condoms as a barrier to sexual pleasure? Make friends with condoms and you will realise that they are capable of so much more than just preventing pregnancy!

Five ways in which sex can boost your productivity

A healthy sex life could make you even better at work. Surprised? Read how your bedroom performance could be linked to your job productivity.

Monorchism: top facts about the missing ball

Monorchism means having only one testicle. This is often because the missing testicle is hiding inside the body, and hasn’t dropped down into the scrotum.

Menstrual cups: top ten facts

There’s been a media buzz around menstrual cups – a relatively new feminine hygiene product. But what are they and should you try them? Here's an overview.

Considering a baby? Read this!

Here’s a relatively unsurprising fact: if you’re doing adult things, like having sex, there might be adult consequences – like contracting an STD or getting pregnant.