#thescienceofsex – DrZhana

[email protected]

send me an email

  • Sex and Pregnancy: TSOS Podcast, Ep. 11!

    We love talking about sex, but what about sex during pregnancy and after childbirth? Goes Deeper Earlier this year, two researchers at the University of Nebraska at Omaha published a review paper summarizing what we know from research about sexual behaviors during pregnancy and the year after childbirth. They combed through 56 empirical studies published in the academic literature since 1996, and found that, in general, there was a gradual decline in vaginal intercourse over the course of pregnancy and the first couple of months post-childbirth. This week we were able to interview the lead author on this paper, Dr.

    Read more
  • Sexual Dysfunction: TSOS Podcast, Ep. 10!

    How common are sexual problems and when should they be a cause for concern? Goes Deeper On this week’s episode of The Science of Sex, Joe and I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Kirstin Mitchell about her research on sexual function and disfunction. Dr. Mitchell is a Senior Research Fellow at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow, where she leads a theme of research on Families and Intimate & Sexual Relationships. We spoke with her about a few studies that she has published in regards to sexual dysfunction. Over the last 3 years, several

    Read more
  • A Woman’s Brain During Orgasm: TSOS Podcast Ep. 8!

    What is really going on in the female brain before, during, and after an orgasm? This week on The Science of Sex, Joe and I talk to Dr. Nan Wise, a licensed psychotherapist, cognitive neuroscientist, certified sex therapist, board certified clinical hypnotherapist, and certified relationship specialist with three decades of experience. Her research at Rutgers University has addressed gaps in the scientific literature regarding the neural basis of human sexuality, and has as a result, garnered international attention. This fall, Dr. Wise published a study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine that disputed past research of brain scans of women during orgasm.

    Read more

Sign up for my email list and be among the first to learn when my new course on "Are open relationships right for you?", based on #legitsexscience, goes live!

Sign Up Now!

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.

FACEBOOK

2 weeks ago

Dr Zhana

I recently posted an IG story which asked “What are the three most important components of a relationship for you?” The answers were so diverse, I decided to compile them into one giant list. I hope you enjoy reading these as much as I did!

Self respect
Trust
Sexual chemistry
Mutual interests
Honesty
Emotional safety
Communication
Sexual compatibility
Sex
Courage
Support
Respect
Shared values
Love
Joy
Happiness
Fun
Intimacy
Compatible sex drive
Humor
Kindness
Open mindedness
Patience
Authenticity
Companionship
Vulnerability
Knowledge of oneself
Mutual understanding
Teamwork
Friendship
Equality
Reliability
Generosity
Loyalty
Feeling comfortable
Enjoying each other’s company
Empathy
Passion
Transparency
Laughter
Adventure
Effort
Understanding
Independence
Curiosity
Growth mindset
Commitment
Connection
Sacrifice
Realism
Intellect
Freedom
Peace
Stability
Care
Emotional balance
Common interests
Different interests
Space
Security
Affection
Shared goals
Playfulness
Confidence
Acceptance
Openness
Dedication
Compromise
Attraction
Camaraderie
Safety
Positivity
Quality time
Spontaneity
Flexibility
Adaptability
Consistency
Reciprocity
Humility ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 month ago

Do you need volunteers for the live demonstration on opening night in New York? ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook