Sex & Sex Education 

Episode 0: I is for Introductions

Professor Sex Dec 24 2019

Episode 0: I is for Introductions

In this pre-episode, hosts Angel and Rob share a little about themselves, how they met, and their areas of expertise. They discuss what the format for the upcoming show will be and talk a little about the scientific process for sex research.  Links from this episode of the show: More about Angel, Rob, and SteveCommunity Sexual Health Education and Research Initiative (CSHERI)Journal of Counseling Sexology & Sexual Wellness Other Links to watch/listen (because we don't have a perfectly set schedule for release dates, make sure you're following/subscribing/etc. wherever you watch/listen so you get notified when new episodes drop) YouTubeiTunesSpotifyPodbeanYou can also find us on GooglePlay and (almost) anywhere else you listen to podcasts. Looking for us and can't find us? Let us know! This episode was produced by Steve Russell. Podcast art by Angel Russell. 

In this pre-episode, hosts Angel and Rob share a little about themselves, how they met, and their areas of expertise. They discuss what the format for the upcoming show will be and talk a little about the scientific process for sex research. 


Links from this episode of the show:

  1. More about Angel, Rob, and Steve
  2. Community Sexual Health Education and Research Initiative (CSHERI)
  3. Journal of Counseling Sexology & Sexual Wellness

Other Links to watch/listen

(because we don't have a perfectly set schedule for release dates, make sure you're following/subscribing/etc. wherever you watch/listen so you get notified when new episodes drop)

This episode was produced by Steve Russell. Podcast art by Angel Russell. 


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