Ashley Thompson is a PhD student at the University of New Brunswick in experimental and applied psychology with research interests in sexuality and attraction. Ashley completed her undergraduate degree at University of Wisconsin at River Falls in psychology. She is originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota and has moved to Canada for her graduate pursuits. Find out more at Turned-On.net. Follow Ashley on Twitter and Facebook.
Ashley Thompson's Articles and Videos
Are you interested in trying BDSM but aren't sure how to introduce it to your partner? Here are sex excellent tips and to take those first BDSM steps.
A recent shift has made bisexuality--specifically among women--trendy. Adolescent and young adult women hook-up to gain the attention of men. Plus, find out the myths and facts about being a bisexual.
My girlfriend doesn’t like it when I masturbate. She asked me how often and I said likely daily. She said this was too much, but when I asked her if us having sex everyday would be considered too much, she said no. So why would doing one everyday be more acceptable than the other?
As society becomes more liberal is it reasonable to expect a romantic partner to remain monogamous? Find out more about open relationship and whether it is more acceptable by society.
Ashley Thompson explains the difference between the G-spot, A-spot, and U-spot sexual orgasm and why there is still such a debate in the sexual scientific community about these "hot-spots".
Can anyone--woman or man--orgasm from breast or nipple sex stimulation? Plus watch an excellent video on how women love to have her partner handle her breasts.
Many of us are curious about anal sex...but don't know how to do it. Here are four things you need to know before slippin' through the back door. It's a great introductory guide to anal sex.
Not all arguments will lead to sex; however, depending on the situation and the people involved, conflict can lead to great sex. This can be explained by the phenomenon known in psychology as the "misattribution of arousal".
The topic of group sex is not uncommon among discussions involving university students, yet fairly little is known about young people’s experiences with and interest in group sex. Here's what the research shows.
According to one study, approximately 1 in 10 surveyed reported having used their smartphones during sexual activity. Although the stats sound frightening, it should not come as a huge shock: young people report feeling “naked” without their smartphones.
Until recently, Exercise-Induced Orgasms were thought to be old wives tales or figments of people’s imaginations. Not any more. Plus find out seven health benefits to orgasm.
Find out how watching porn influences our sex lives and whether the effects of porn shapes our sex lives in positive or negative ways. Plus a panel discusses the difference between porn sex and real sex.