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ProfessorSex.com is a sexuality education resource for late adolescents and adults. We are a team of sexuality and relationship professionals who are dedicated to bringing you medically accurate, evidence based, pleasure informed, consent focused, inclusive, affirming sex education. We offer event hosting, public speaking, community education, web content, private coaching and consultation, and more. Additionally, ProfessorSex.com is the home of "Sex from A to Z," a sex science podcast.

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20 lessons about mental health to take us into 2020 (part 1)

Professor Sex, Jun 30

20 things I think everyone should know about mental health as we enter 2020. 1. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being.

20 things I think everyone should know about mental health as we enter 2020. 1.

Hooking Up at the Best Swinger Site for Queer People with SwingTowns

Professor Sex, Jun 23

Online dating is more popular than ever, but most sites and apps need to catch up when it comes to inclusivity.

Online dating is more popular than ever, but most ...

Sex from A-Z: COVID

Professor Sex, May 09

In “Sex from A to Z” we discuss in plain language the studies that inform how sex therapists, sex researchers, sex educators, and medical professionals make decisions about sexual health and wellness.

In “Sex from A to Z” we discuss in plain language ...

Aftercare: Determining and Negotiating your Aftercare Needs.

Professor Sex, Apr 12

The song is ended, but the melody lingers on.

The song is ended, but the melody lingers on.

Intimacy in Isolation: Erotic Massage for One

Professor Sex, Apr 03

Depending on where you’re at in the world, it’s very likely that you’re experiencing some form of social distancing as our global community tries to collectively suppress the spread of COVID-19.

Depending on where you’re at in the world, it’s ve...

Episode 9: T is for Trigger Warnings

Professor Sex, Apr 02

Rob and Angel discuss research on the efficacy of Trigger Warnings in academic and other non-therapy spaces. Later in the episode they’re joined by Dr. Alex Bove from Talk Like A Man to discuss the topic.

Rob and Angel discuss research on the efficacy of Trigger Warnings in academic and other non-therapy spaces. Later in the episode they’re joined by Dr. Alex Bove from Talk Like A Man to discuss the topic.

Episode 8: K is for Kinky Hormones (Recorded Live at Club Kink Jax)

Professor Sex, Mar 04

Rob and Angel discuss neuroscientific research on the physiological impact of BDSM play  Dominants and submissives. This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at Club Kink in Jacksonville, Florida. To see the unedited version and get that live-in-the-club experience (and other awesome perks) head over to Patreon.com/ProfessorSex and join our community at the $5/month level or higher.  Links to Listen:  YouTubeSpotifyiHeartRadioStitcherGooglePlayPodbeaniTunes Links and Resources from the episode The Article: Wuyts, Elise & Neef, Nele & Coppens, Violette & Fransen, Erik & Schellens, Eline & Van, M & Pol, Der & Prof, M & Morrens, Manuel. (2020). Between Pleasure and Pain: A Pilot Study on the Biological Mechanisms Associated With BDSM Interactions in Dominants and Submissives. Journal of Sexual Medicine. 10.1016/j.jsxm.2020.01.001. The slides nobody got to see are located as a PDF download here. 

Rob and Angel discuss neuroscientific research on the physiological impact of BDSM play  Dominants and submissives. This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at Club Kink in Jacksonville, Florida. To see the unedited version and get that live-in-the-club experience (and other awesome perks) head over to Patreon.com/ProfessorSex and join our community at the $5/month level or higher.  Links to Listen:  YouTubeSpotifyiHeartRadioStitcherGooglePlayPodbeaniTunes Links and Resources from the episode The Article: Wuyts, Elise & Neef, Nele & Coppens, Violette & Fransen, Erik & Schellens, Eline & Van, M & Pol, Der & Prof, M & Morrens, Manuel. (2020). Between Pleasure and Pain: A Pilot Study on the Biological Mechanisms Associated With BDSM Interactions in Dominants and Submissives. Journal of Sexual Medicine. 10.1016/j.jsxm.2020.01.001. The slides nobody got to see are located as a PDF download here. 

Episode 7: L is for Labels

Professor Sex, Mar 01

Rob and Angel discuss gender and sexual identity labels used by US high school students.  Links to Listen: YouTubeSpotifyPodbeaniHeartRadioGooglePlayiTunesStitcher Links and Resources from the episode:  White, A. E., Moeller, J., Ivcevic, Z., & Brackett, M. A. (2018). Gender identity and sexual identity labels used by U.S. high school students: A co-occurrence network analysis. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 5(2), 243–252. https://doi.org/10.1037/sgd0000266  Graphs from the article  Van Anders, S. M. (2015). Beyond sexual orientation: Integrating gender/sex and diverse sexualities via sexual configurations theory. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44(5), 1177-1213.  Plöderl, M., Sellmeier, M., Fartacek, C. et al. Explaining the Suicide Risk of Sexual Minority Individuals by Contrasting the Minority Stress Model with Suicide Models. Arch Sex Behav 43, 1559–1570 (2014).  Try Not to Be a Dick: A brief lit-review on the lasting impact of comi

Rob and Angel discuss gender and sexual identity labels used by US high school students.  Links to Listen: YouTubeSpotifyPodbeaniHeartRadioGooglePlayiTunesStitcher Links and Resources from the episode:  White, A. E., Moeller, J., Ivcevic, Z., & Brackett, M. A. (2018). Gender identity and sexual identity labels used by U.S. high school students: A co-occurrence network analysis. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 5(2), 243–252. https://doi.org/10.1037/sgd0000266  Graphs from the article  Van Anders, S. M. (2015). Beyond sexual orientation: Integrating gender/sex and diverse sexualities via sexual configurations theory. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44(5), 1177-1213.  Plöderl, M., Sellmeier, M., Fartacek, C. et al. Explaining the Suicide Risk of Sexual Minority Individuals by Contrasting the Minority Stress Model with Suicide Models. Arch Sex Behav 43, 1559–1570 (2014).  Try Not to Be a Dick: A brief lit-review on the lasting impact of comi

Assessing the role of masculinity in the transmission of HIV

Professor Sex, Feb 26

Assessing the Role of Masculinity in the Transmission of HIV: A Systematic Review to Inform HIV Risk Reduction Counseling Interventions for Men Who Have Sex with Men. Abstract: HIV affects over 1.

Assessing the Role of Masculinity in the Transmiss...

The MSM (Non)Identity: Toward Understanding Sexual Behavior and Identity

Professor Sex, Feb 20

Men having sex with men (MSM) identifying as straight are frequently grouped into a general indiscriminate category based solely on their sexual behaviour.

Men having sex with men (MSM) identifying as straight are frequently grouped into a general indiscriminate category based solely on their sexual behaviour.