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I Need a Favor…Rate and Review my Podcast!

The fourth episode of The Science of Sex is out! In this episode, Joe Pardavila and I speak with Dr. James Pfaus about the “elusive” female orgasm, and why we consider it so mysterious! He published a study on this very topic in 2016, and shares all sorts of interesting facts with us! We also talk about the average size penis and couples who sleep in separate beds, so tune in to check that out!

I need to ask you all a favor. And if you listen to this or any other episode, please please please rate and review it on iTunes – this is SUPER important to make it jump in Apple iTunes ratings and have more people hear about it! If you’ve ever found my work and effort in educating people about sexuality useful, I hope you can spare a couple of minutes to do this! I want to keep bringing you all #legitsexscience in a medium that’s easy for you!

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