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  • The Good, The Bad, and Polyamory – The Science of Sex Podcast Ep. 37!

    The Good, the Bad, the Polyamory Goes Deeper Nonmonogamy often gets a bad rep in our society, but also in academia. A lot of research conducted on polyamory has been biased, which shows a clear stigma among researchers. This makes it difficult to have clear and accurate statistics about nonmonogamy and open relationships. Thankfully, there are some studies out there that attempt to analyze this bias and why it occurs. This week, we had Amy Moors on to talk about a recent study that she co-authored on this subject! Amy C. Moors, is the Director of the Social Science Research

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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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  • Sex Science Social: Are Open Relationships Right For You? – Recap!

    Thank you to everyone who attended my latest Sex Science Social and to all who watched the live stream online! I had such a great time answering your questions and discussing anything and everything open relationships! If you weren’t able to make it, check out the Facebook Live Stream here! If you would like the slides for the event, you can become a Patreon at the $10 level! For more #legitsexscience, check out my podcast, The Science of Sex, where Joe Pardavila and I interview researchers in the field of human sexuality about their latest studies! At my next Sex

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  • I’m Presenting at SXSW!

    On Monday, March 12th at 12 pm, Christopher Ryan, author of Sex at Dawn, and I will be hosting a panel at SXSW all about polyamory and consensual nonmonogamy! Thanks to the team at Lelo, Chris and I are going to be engaging in a discussion that will help you develop your own ideas about polyamory. For more information on the panel, click this link or the image below. I am a huge fan of Chris’s work and I’m so excited to be collaborating with him again! We have worked together several times in the past, recently on the Monogamish documentary, and I also

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  • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Cuckolding: TSOS Podcast Ep. 17

    Could cuckolding be a positive thing for some couples? Goes Deeper A new study just published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior investigated fantasies about and experiences with cuckolding in a large and diverse sample of gay-identified men. The study was picked up by the media, with CNN reporting “Cuckolding could be positive for some couples”, and FoxNews and other conservative media mocking CNN for doing it. Another fun tidbit about this study is that one of its authors is someone who most listeners are probably familiar with but is not a scientist and has never published an academic

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  • Sex Science Social: Nonmonogamy – Recap!

    We had a great turnout at last night’s Sex Science Social: Nonmonogamy! As you know, I love bringing you accurate and unbiased information on sexuality, so thank you for your time, focus, and fascinating questions regarding nonmonogamy. If you weren’t able to attend or missed the live stream, check out the full video of the event below! If you found this presentation useful, please consider supporting my work by becoming a monthly Patreon subscriber for as little as $2 a month. If you would like a copy of the slides, you can donate a minimum of $10 via the PayPal

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  • Sexual Minorities Are Fearful of Coming Out To Health Providers

    Members of the LGBTQ+ community experience higher rates of various psychiatric disorders and substance abuse disorders as well as different physical and sexual health issues than that of heterosexual people due to stigmas against their sexuality and gender identity. We have made progress in encouraging healthcare providers to treat their gay and lesbian patients with special care, but new studies have shown that bisexual and pansexual women in particular still fear coming out to their doctors. A study published in 2017 in the journal Culture, Health, and Sexuality with 354 sexual minority women found that while 83% of lesbian-identified and 70% of queer-identified women

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  • Inside the Heads of Nonmonogamous Men

    Episode #3 of the Science of Sex podcast is up! Remember my recent Forbes article about the study that found that nonmonogamous men’s brains responded differently to romantic images than monogamous men’s? This week, Joe Pardavila and I talk with Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton, who ran that study! Tune in to hear us discuss this fascinating #legitsexscience! Listen, subscribe and share! Apple iTunes Google Play SoundCloud Stitcher

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  • Monogamish Screening Plus Q&A!

    As you probably know, I’ve done a lot of research on consensual non-monogamy.  So the movie Monogamish instantly drew my attention. Check out the description: Recovering from a very public divorce, independent filmmaker and Italian Prince Tao Ruspoli takes to the road to talk to his relatives, advice columnists, psychologists, historians, anthropologists, artists, philosophers, sex workers, sex therapists, and ordinary couples about love, sex & monogamy in our culture. What he discovers about his very unconventional family, and about the history and psychology of love and marriage leads him to question the ideal of monogamy, and the traditional family values

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