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  • Recap – Sex Science Social: Navigating Consent in the #MeToo Era!

    Thank you to everyone who either attended or watched Wednesday’s Sex Science Social: Navigating Consent in the #MeToo Era! This topic can be difficult and complex, especially in today’s political climate, but I thought everyone brought forth and interesting and unique perspective on the various models of consent we were able to unpack. If you missed the event, check out the live stream above! Click here if you would like to support me on Patreon for as little as $2 a month! If you would like to make a one time donation to my work, you can donate via PayPal here. To

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  • Porn Ed – The Science of Sex Podcast Ep. 32!

    What are the benefits of educating kids about porn? Goes Deeper A new study recently published in the American Journal of Sexuality Education reported on joint efforts by folks at Boston University and the Boston Public Health Commission to educate young people about pornography, in hopes that they would develop a more realistic understanding of what porn is, how it’s made, and how it relates to real-life sex and bodies. These programs have been proven to work and be extremely beneficial young people. On this week’s episode we spoke to the lead author on this study, Dr. Emily Rothman. Emily

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  • Managing Low Sexual Desire – The Science of Sex Podcast Ep. 31!

    What are some ways that people can manage low sexual desire? Goes Deeper Low sexual desire is something that is more common than most people think. It can appear in many different forms, and it is not synonymous with asexuality. Low sexual desire among women is thought to be common around the the time of menopause, and despite what people might assume, there are many different treatment options both medicinal and not for women. On this week’s episode, we have Dr. Lori Brotto discussing her extensive research on treatment for low sexual desire, specifically in women. Dr. Lori Brotto is

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  • High Infidelity – The Science of Sex Podcast Ep. 30!

    What are the motivations for infidelity? Goes Deeper There are many factors that play into the cause of infidelity including anger, stress, neglect, a general lack of love or passion, and more. Infidelity and cheating is interesting to study on the quantitative side. We can look at how many people cheat, the demographics of cheaters, etc, but what about the psychological motivations for cheating? What exactly drives a person to cheat? This week we spoke to Dr. Dylan Selterman who has conducted some great research on what motivates people to cheat. Dylan Selterman received his B.A. in Psychological and Brain

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  • How Kinky Is Too Kinky? – The Science of Sex Podcast Ep. 29!

    What are some of the more common (and uncommon) kinks and fetishes? Goes Deeper Paraphilia is defined as a condition characterized by abnormal sexual desires, typically involving extreme or dangerous activities. While this definition might draw some immediate conclusions, various paraphilias are very common, such as BDSM/kink, while others are more rare. On this week’s episode we spoke with Dr. Christian Joyal on his research on paraphilia and uncommon sexual interests. Christian Joyal, Ph.D., is doctor in neuropsychology, full professor at the University of Quebec, co-director of the International Center of Comparative Criminology and associate researcher at the Philippe-Pinel Institute

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  • Sex Science Social: What Is Your Open Relationship Style? – RECAP!

    A huge thank you to everyone who attended or streamed Thursday’s Sex Science Social! I had a really wonderful time speaking with all of you, and I loved hearing everyone’s thoughts and opinions on different types of consensual nonmonogamy! If you weren’t able to make it or missed something, you can watch the live stream below! The topic of the next Sex Science Social will be… Navigating Consent in the #MeToo Era! Mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 23rd at 8 pm! Tickets are available here.

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  • SESTA / FOSTA: How We Harm Women In The Name of Protecting Them

    SESTA (Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act) and FOSTA (Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act) are two bills that were recently passed by Congress and signed into legislation by President Trump. What they essentially do is make it easier for victims and prosecutors to sue websites that knowingly “assist, facilitate, or support sex trafficking” by holding them legally accountable for any of the paid-for sexual exchanges that take place offline. As a result of these laws, many popular websites for finding paid or/and unpaid sexual services have shut down or been shut down by the authorities, including the Craigslist Personals section and Backpage. While

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  • Inside the Mind of the Vagina Scientist – The Science of Sex Ep. 27!

    This week, we’ve decided to revisit one of our fan-favorite episodes! Back the fall, we spoke with Dr. James Pfaus who has conducted extensive research on the female orgasm…or should I say, the female orgasms! To listen to the latest episode and catch up on the ones you’ve missed, listen to us on: iTunes Google Play Soundcloud Stitcher To help me keep bringing you this #legitsexscience, rate, review, and subscribe, and also please consider becoming a Patron! Find me at Patreon.com/DrZhana To keep up with the latest news in sex science and research, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter! Questions? Suggestions?

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  • Pedophilia Explained – The Science of Sex, Ep. 26!

    Things got a little heavy in this episode where we talked to James Cantor about his research. Goes Deeper We often think of pedophilia as a sexual attraction towards minors, but that’s actually not true. Western culture has become accustomed to viewing anyone under the age of 18 as a child, however biologically “children” become “adults” at a much earlier age. On average, puberty occurs between the ages of 10 and 14 for girls and 12 and 16 for boys. While boys and girls can reach sexual maturity before the age of 18, we, as a culture, have decided that,

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  • Do Women have a Sexual Orientation? – The Science of Sex Podcast Ep. 25!

    What is sexual orientation and do women have one? Goes Deeper Sexual orientation, although widely agreed upon to exist, is still disputed by some in the scientific community. Specifically, the sexual orientation of women has been studied and questioned due to the common assumption that women are more likely to be able to “change” their sexual orientation. Speaking with us about his work on sexual orientation on this episode is J. Micahel Bailey. J. Michael Bailey has been involved in research in a wide variety of fields and has one of the most diverse research programs of anyone in Canada.

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The Science of Sex Podcast

The Science of Sex Podcast

Listen to comedian, Joe Pardavila, and I sit down each week with a new sex researcher to talk about the latest information on anything and everything to do with sex.

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