Who says British men are afraid of commitment? Online casino RoxyPalace.com asked the site’s single male members whether they intended on getting married at some point in their life, which a vast majority (85%) stating they did.
Has your man got a soft centre? Research for Häagen-Dazs concludes that men are more in touch with their soft side than ever, admitting to crying over films, enjoying cuddles and a bubble bath, marking the demise of the traditional ‘macho man’.
Ladies, some good news for once. New research from the US found sexual satisfaction, including arousal and orgasms, actually continues into old age, even aged 80 or more, regardless of whether or not the women reported sexual desire.
A recent survey found that that modern-day woman believes there is no such thing as the 'perfect man'. But it also discovered what we ladies rate most in our prefect partners, and which celeb men topped the 'perfect' list.
Planning to spend a bundle on your partner this Christmas? Your efforts may not be appreciated, as research reveals mean men are the most ungrateful gender during the festive season. MusicMagpie saw 1.45million entertainment gifts traded last year.
In an attempt to find 'the one' more and more people are turning to the world of online dating, but can you really trust the profiles of the people you meet? According to BeautifulPeople.com, apparently not, and it's women who lie more than men!
Forget spending hours asking probing questions and checking Facebook profiles to find out what a potential partner is really like – a new study has shown that you need look no further than a person’s choice of dog to reveal their true personality.
Women have plenty of choice in terms of contraception compared to their mothers. But a US study finds newer forms of hormonal contraception affect things such as arousal, lubrication and orgasm, which should be discussed with their GP.
Are your friendships healthy? Women tend to be more daring in friendship choices than men and will sacrifice their own feelings for those of their friends, researchers believe. A third of women said they had a friend who 'add colour to their life'.
What roles do men and women have in the bedroom? Despite the sexual revolution of the 1960s, some still expect women to be shy and timid in the bedroom, with the men being in control, taking charge and showing off their sexual prowess.
P Diddy rapped about 'Mo money, mo problems' while The Beatles lamented that 'money can't buy me love' - and now scientists have analysed to role of cash in relationships. It seems materialistic couples argue the most about their finances.
Hormones in your contraceptive pill may be influencing your romantic choices, if new research is to be believed. Women on the pill and on the pull are more likely to be less sexually satisfied or attracted to their new partners but more satisfied with other aspects of the relationship - giving the relationship staying power.
From assessing our latest boyfriend to sympathy when we’re suffering with the flu, our mums are still our first port of call for love or health advice. A family report by genesreunited.co.uk found we turn to family over friends for key life advice.
There may be a credit crunch on but you can't put a price on love - can you? A new poll sought to test the value of engagements in 2011, finding the average UK bloke still spends £1,501-£2,000 on a ring, good news for jewellery retailers!
Does more responsibility at home empower women to say no to sex? Or do women with more chores to do at home feel too tired to act out in the bedroom? In Sub-Saharan Africa, women who are empowered to make household decisions have sex less often.
Want to book a romantic holiday without arguing about the destination? Then you should book flights to Australia, the USA or Italy, which all ranked highly for both sexes in a poll by Skyscanner on top holiday spots for men and women.
He has survived high-profile sackings, critical slatings and even the wrath of Heather Millls. But Piers Morgan’s proudest moment has surely arrived today, as he tops a list of UK celebrities that the public would love as a 'Friend With Benefits'.
Are women giving up the search for their perfect partner so they can start a family? A poll for the London Fertility Centre found one in 10 married women admitted to forgetting love and settling for a man who they felt would make a good father.
Do you find yourself seven pounds heavier, drinking or smoking more, when you get into a new relationship? New research from the University of Cincinnati on 122 straight, gay and lesbian couples found we may pick up our partner's unhealthy habits.
Men take relationships seriously, according to the editor of AskMen UK - despite a new poll finding 42% of men surveyed said that they would think about dumping their partner if they got fat. The results of the Great Male Survey are in.
A survey of internet dating users found that 71% are looking for love this summer. Brits are unafraid of dating, using Zoosk.co.uk to meet new people. Just under a third of respondents said they'd have no problem admitting they met a partner online.
An online travel community has been set up to help ladies find new friends to holiday with - especially if their current partner is proving to be 'incompatible' to travel with. Thelma & Louise also posts deals for activity and fitness breaks.
Is your man a fan of the golf course? A new poll found golf is top choice for men who are members of a website for extra-martial affairs. Undercover Lovers, a dating site for people already in a relationship, surveyed members about their hobbies.
While a woman can choose whether she works or not, men are still expected to be head of the household in many areas. There is more pressure on the man of the house in terms of employment than the woman, according to research from the United States.
Women who feel secure in their relationship have a better sex life, according to psychology experts. A study of 211 long-term couples in Spain also found women who are anxious or insecure experience ‘more conflict’ and enjoy intimacy less.