Busting myths about the female orgasm – DrZhana

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Busting myths about the female orgasm

November 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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All women (should) orgasm from penetration alone, and other myths about the female orgasm debunked by science.

Living in a world where candid information about female sexuality is often suppressed, distorted, or manipulated to advance various ideological agendas, many of us grow up with inaccurate and often harmful beliefs about what women desire and enjoy when it comes to sex and love. Join sex researcher and NYU professor of human sexuality, Dr. Zhana Vrangalova to debunk 7 common myths about female sexuality that prevent women from living their most authentic and fulfilling sexual lives. From genetics to genital plumbing to romantic passion, we’ll tackle age-old questions and concerns using scientific data.

Join us on Tuesday, November 20th at “Subject” (188 Suffolk St.)
Doors – 7:00 pm
Lecture- 7:30 pm
Tickets – $15 online, $18 on the day of the event (card only)

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Are women who carry condoms judged for it? Apparently, not by other women. According to a study with a sample of about 300 female Canadian undergrads, women rate female carriers more favorably than male carriers and believe that their female peers would do the same (or at least that they would not differently rate a condom carrier based on gender.) However, women don’t believe that men would agree with them on these ratings--the participants in this study thought that men would rate female condom carriers less favorably than male ones! Despite this last finding, participants in this study do not believe that society would harbor strong negative views toward either male or female condom carriers--which is perhaps a reflection of their status as college-educated.
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link to study: ow.ly/Kndx30mV47C
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