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NYU Sex Therapy Panel Offers Intimate Conversation

Sex Therapy Q&A Panel with Dr Megan Fleming, Dr Stephen Snyder, and Dr Hernando Chaves

Sex Therapy Q&A Panel with Dr Megan Fleming, Dr Stephen Snyder, and Dr Hernando Chaves

I love teaching Human Sexuality. So even though it’s not in my NYU adjunct professor job description (nor do I get paid any extra for it), I like to do more than just provide research-based facts in lecture. Instead, I like to enrich my students’ understanding of the diverse sexual lifestyles, professions, and desires that exists out there by organizing these optional, after-class Q&A panels on various topics: gender identity, sexual orientation, sex therapy, consensual nonmonogamy, kink/BDSM, porn…

At the Sex Therapy panel, one of the NYU students who attended decided to write about it for the NYU student newspaper, NYU Local. Check it out: NYU Sex Therapy Panel Offers Intimate Conversation.

Thank you Dr Megan Fleming, Dr Stephen Snyder, and Dr Hernando Chaves for making this happen!!

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