From what turns most women on, to how often other couples do it - some of our most-read stories this year centred around sex.
Below are the top 10 stories featured during the weekly Talking Sex segment on The Eusebius McKaiser Show this year.
Is there such a thing as too little or too much sex in a relationship? Dr Eve shares findings on the frequency of sex in couples.
Is biology putting the brakes on your sexuality? Callers share their experiences of sex and growing older.
As many as 1 in 3 women have trouble reaching orgasm when having sexual play, clinical sexologist Dr Eve explains.
What are your sexual fantasies? Disclosure can bring sexual freedom, but it can also have downsides. A study lists the top trends.
Those with the condition will be treated for their anxiety and low impulse control, instead of being treated for their sexuality.
Dr Eve says couples must address the conflict and strain that reproductive challenges or infertility can create in relationships.
Relationship coach Stephanie Dawson-Cosser explains that keeping secrets can have unhealthy consequences.
Dr Eve says that sex toys help close the frustrating orgasm gap and can increase intimacy and connection, alone or with a partner.
So-called 'designer vaginas' are created through various surgical or non-surgical procedures, explains clinical sexologist Dr Eve.
Dr Eve says adults need to first introspect and question their own sexual ethics before teaching young children.
Drinking too much booze can cause erectile dysfunction and lead to other cardiovascular complications, Dr Shingai explains.