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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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Audio porn - everything you need to know

No hiding under blankets, juggling windows on your screen or sitting behind locked doors for the fear of being caught consuming porn. Love Matters brings you top facts on this new kind of porn. Get your headsets and tune in now.

Irregular periods: could it be PCOD?

Irregular periods, acne, weight gain, fertility problems – if all this is bothering you, ask your doctor if it is polycystic ovary disease/syndrome (PCOD/S). PCOD occurs when a woman’s hormones are out of balance.

Top tips for singles this Valentine’s Day

Red roses, heart-shaped balloons, romantic songs – getting to your nerve? Well, you are not alone. Love Matters India spoke to five singles for tips on how to rock Valentine’s Day without a partner.

Top tips to deal with periods and everything else!

We often think of the female period cycle as those 3 or 4 days in a month when a climax scene from a horror movie drops into our panties. But in reality, a woman’s body cycle is roughly 28 days long. Here’s how to manage your full cycle in a happy and healthy way.

How to make up after a fight

If there’s something inevitable with couples, it’s the arguments and fights. But they don’t have to pile on and become deadweight for your relationship. Here are a few tips on how to ‘kiss (or not) and make-up’.

What is Virginity: Top Facts

In most cultures, including ours, first-time sex comes with a significant amount of taboo, mostly focused on the notion of virginity. It is a concept full of myths and is wrongly considered to be a women-only problem. Read our top facts to clear the misconceptions and learn all you need to know about virginity.

You want to have sex, but are you really ready?

Sex and sexual expression is a beautiful but a deeply personal gift. In all the excitement surrounding sex, it is important to remember that you, and only you, can determine when you’re ready to have sex. In case you need some help, here are some things to keep in mind.

Feeling sad after good sex? You are not alone!

So you just had fantastic and very satisfying sex with your partner moments ago and now you are feeling sad, low and depressed. This could be post-coital dysphoria (PCD), commonly known as post-sex blues. Love Matters brings you some facts on this rather common condition.

Clitoris: All the facts on the ‘love button’

Love Matters gets you all the gyaan on the female organ, whose job is to sit back, relax and generate orgasms. Now, is that good life or what!

Yes, we all feed violence against women: Here’s how to stop it now

One in three women have experienced violence in their lifetime. Most often when we think of violence against women, we think of women being raped by strangers or burnt by their in-laws. While this is true, violence can also occur in so called ‘normal’ everyday situations that we often ignore because they seem inconsequential. But they are not. We all play a role in creating a culture in which violence against women grows and therefore we all have the responsibility to change it. Here’s what we can do to end the culture of violence around us.

Who are the hijras?

The word ‘hijra’ is specific to the South Asian region. It can either refer to an individual or the community. Let’s try and understand this term better.

Trouble pulling back the foreskin, here is why?

In males, sometimes the foreskin of the penis can’t be pulled back. Relax, it is not a disease. The condition is called phimosis. Here is everything you need to know about it.