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Dr. Zhana & Joe Pardavila
The Science of Sex
A podcast about the ins and outs of the latest research about everyone’s favorite topic hosted by Dr. Zhana and Joe Pardavila.Looking to have your sex questions answered? Send them over to scienceofsexpodcast@gmail.com!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 187 ratings
the male sidekick—the producer perhaps, not a sex researcher—is deeply annoying. His loud shrill voice is bad enough, worse though he has almost nothing of value to say
doug_gxr via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/09/21
Love it!
I am a graduate student and I’m listening to this podcast from the beginning. It’s so informative, and being an academic myself, I love when Dr. Zhana corrects Joe’s misconceptions about what certain statistics mean and has things explained in layman’s terms.
gymnasticsgirl1096 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/30/20
Just thank you!
I love everything about this podcast. I listened to 10 episodes the first day I came across Science of Sex. Thanks for your brilliance and humor!
Morganja360 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/02/19
Recent Episodes
Published 03/26/19
Horniness (AKA being sexually aroused) is a special state of body and mind. It's a state during which we are much more likely to make risky decisions, not just about our sexual health, but about other things too. What else can make us forgo condoms, or lead us to believe our partners are not as...
Published 03/26/19
Sex work is one of the most stigmatized and misunderstood aspects of human sexuality. There are many different types of sex work, including phone sex, camming, stripping, "happy ending" massages, professional domination, and porn, to name a few. But the greatest stigma is probably reserved for...
Published 03/12/19
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