Sex & Sex Education 

Episode 4: F is for Faking It

Professor Sex Jan 30 2020

Episode 4: F is for Faking It

Why do some straight women fake their orgasms? Rob and Angel discuss.

Why do some straight women fake their orgasms? Rob and Angel discuss. 

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Links and Resources from the episode:

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  1. Harris, E. A., Hornsey, M. J., Larsen, H. F., & Barlow, F. K. (2019). Beliefs About Gender Predict Faking Orgasm in Heterosexual Women. Archives of sexual behavior, 48(8), 2419-2433.
  2. She Comes First by Ian Kerner.

Supplemental Reading and Related Resources 

  1. Come as You Are by Emily Nagoski
  2. Come as You Are Workbook

Photo by Serge Kutuzov on Unsplash


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