This video from ASAPScience explains the science behind the female menstrual cycle.

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This video from MinuteEarth explains why there are more boys than girls on earth.

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Unlike their latex counterparts, hydrogel condom would theoretically be stronger, self-lubricating, and biodegradable, while providing a “barely there” feel.

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A 1995 study by the Women's Sports Foundation found that young female athletes were less likely to experience a teen pregnancy or engage in risky sexual behaviour.

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We have all heard of the birds and the bees in the spring, but is it real? Find out in this video!

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This video (2012, 4:53 min.) prepared by students for the United Kingdom’s Nuffield Council of Bioethics, explores the ethics of saviour siblings.

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Flash learns the hard way that science matters in love as it does in everything! See more Flash here.

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Oxytocin, dubbed the love hormone, helps prairie voles stay monogamous. It may work in humans too.

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This video looks at how the sex of an offspring is determined in humans and other organisms. The role of genetics is the most important factor for some but not all. In some species external factors such as temperature are the determining factor. (5:45 min.)

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Ever wonder what people are talking about when they refer to a sex-linked trait? Watch this video and find out!

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