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Upcoming Events Update!

Upcoming Events Update!
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Upcoming Events Update!

I’ve got a couple of exciting live events happening in the next few weeks! Check out all the info below:

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THURSDAY, 12/6, 7PM: Doctor’s Orders: Real Doctors Debate Your Toughest Questions

What happens when a biologist, physician, neuroscientist and sex researcher join together to answer questions you may have never felt comfortable asking your own doctor? Join us at The Assemblage (in NoMad) to find out in the new game-show like panel as we incite audience participation, ask hard, silly or downright strange questions and hear top experts in their respective fields discuss topics that feel taboo even in the privacy of the doctor’s office. 

Get your FREE tickets here using code DOCTORSORDERS.

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​​​​​​​TUESDAY, 12/11, 7PM: The Mars/Venus Debate: Are Men and Women Really That Different When It Comes to Sex?

Join me at The V. Club (in Chelsea) for a lecture and workshop with renowned researcher Dr. Justin Lehmiller on gender differences and similarities. We’ll explore the most popular stereotypes about gender and sex (such as the idea that men are “wired” for short-term flings and women for long-term relationships) in light of what the science really says. Topics covered will include sexual fantasies, orgasm gap, and more, so don’t miss it!

Get your tickets here!

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‪PSA: No, guys, wanting to get pegged (anally penetrated) by a woman isn’t gay. Nor is your dick collaterally touching another guy’s dick during double penetration. Gay is being SEXUALLY ATTRACTED TO men. (And there’s nothing wrong with it.)‬ ... See MoreSee Less

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