Last month, I was a guest on Stephanie Johnstone’s and Dave McGee’s podcast called Sex for Smart People, and we talked about the thing I like to talk about the most: casual sex. The episode is now out and you can listen to it here:
Here is how Stephanie describes the episode:
“Casual sex can be difficult to talk about rationally because there is so much stigma around having too much of it or, on the flip side, not enough of it. Our guest Dr Zhana Vrangalova‘s research looks empirically at the connections between casual sex and well-being so we can transcend those stigmas and make more clearheaded choices about all this. She shares details about her research and what drives her in her work, and we soapbox about treating partners with respect, however casual or serious the encounter. How do you discern whether or not casual sex is right for you? How do you really get what you want from dating sites like Tinder? Is it better to have one night stands or friends with benefits? These questions and more, plus an anthem about sexuality from a place of wholeness from BONOBONOBONOBO!”
We had a lot of fun recording it, and I hope you enjoy listening to it!