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Sex Science Social: Infidelity

Missed my recent Sex Science Social? Check out what you missed right here!

I was joined by the amazing Karley Sciortino from Slutever to discuss the #legitsexscience behind Infidelity. Using evidence published in peer-reviewed, academic journals, our presentation covered questions like:

How prevalent is infidelity?
Do men cheat more than women?
Why do people cheat?
What are the consequences of infidelity?

Click here to view the slides from the Keynote presentation!

If you want to find more resources for further research about the science behind infidelity, click here to download the PDF of my bibliography.

…And check out the video from Facebook Live!

 

Don’t forget to catch the next Sex Science Social around the last Thursday of the month, where I’ll host an evening of geeking out over sexual science followed by a BYOB social with like-minded folks at the gorgeous Hacienda Villa. I’ll present the research on each week’s topic, tell you all you need to know about the science, and hold a group discussion to hear your thoughts and questions. I’ll also have a special guest to provide their expertise, or just make things more fun. My mission is to use evidence-based information to help you make sense of your own sexuality, clear up confusion, discuss things you don’t feel comfortable asking your friends about, and help you navigate the diverse and fascinating world of sex. Don’t miss these awesome opportunities to take your sex education to the next level, ease your sexual concerns, answer your questions, and meet like-minded friends! Check out all my upcoming events here!

Lastly, your support helps me to create more awesome “Pay What You Can” events like these to provide accessible #LegitSexScience to those who can benefit. I appreciate your donation to help me produce more events and continue to share these valuable resources. My suggested donation is only $7, and even this small amount is greatly appreciated and really helps me bring my work to life.



Thank you so much! See you at the next one!

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