Let's Talk About Sex #9 - Playdoh Genitalia

My lecture on reproductive anatomy is always a student favorite. Mostly this is because of the Playdoh I bring in for them design genitalia. They laugh while they create and I love to look at the final results (take a look below for more). A couple of things I find interesting in looking at their creations: they usually create genitalia that is sexually aroused - there are hardly ever any limp penises or non-swollen vulvas. In addition, students who construct penises usually make them circumcised, rather than uncircumcised. We talk about their designs and the reasons they designed them the way they did. Lots of learning and laughing = a win-win in the classroom! ***** A big shoutout to my T

Let's Talk About Sex #8 - Podcast!

I recently had the opportunity to chat with Professor Jeff Armstrong, a psychology professor at Northampton Community College in Pennsylvania. Professor Armstrong is the host of The Neuro Transmission, a podcast that explores a variety of issues related to psychology. We talked about teaching the human sexuality course, monogamy, sexual consent, and lots more. More importantly, we had a ton of fun recording it. Would love to hear any feedback from listeners! Enjoy! CLICK HERE to go to The Neuro Transmission Podcast "Let's Talk About Sex"

Let's Talk About Sex #7: Sexual Kink in Avalon

I was fortunate to be invited to present at the 23rd Annual Avalon Urological Symposium in Avalon, New Jersey this past weekend (thank you Dr. Demetrius Bagley). There were talks on a variety of urological topics but my favorite two talks were on female sexual dysfunction (thank you Dr. Paul Gittens) and working with transgender patients (thank you Dr. Paul Chung). I met so many new people and learned so much. It was also a gorgeous weekend and being on the beach made it a great experience all around! My talk, "Sexual Kink and Alternative Sexualities" might have created some discomfort in the room, but I think it's so important for health care providers to be knowledgable and sensitive to di

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