Category Archives: Sex Science Sunday

Sex Science Sunday

The most common STD that you may not be aware of may be being treated incorrectly according to  a new study.  A possible treatment for the most dangerous form of breast cancer. A possible better way to prevent HIV infection. A closer look at maternal mortality. Good news about preventing ovarian cancer.

Sex Science Sunday

What science tells us about supporters of Kavanaugh. The latest volley in the war on science at HHS.

Sex Science Sunday

New study shows power of sexual assault memories.  Sex education in the U.S.  Studies on sexual violence and alcohol.

Sex Science Sunday

Survey on what couples do on their wedding night. Survey on sex and older people. A new STD that scientists say we should be concerned about- it is also very old. FDA warning on vaginal rejuvenation.

Sex Science Sunday

Jeff looks at two studies- one that looks at whether transgender bathroom laws actually create a risk for women, and the other claims that gay conversion therapy works. The first knocks down a number of myths, and the second is completely bogus, and Jeff explains why.

Sex Science Sunday

The latest data on teen sex and the HPV vaccination, new study shows that mail-order abortion pills are effective, the increase in STIs and some good and really bad solutions to the problem.

Sex Science Sunday

Is it a scientific study facing censorship, or a really terrible study? Jeff explains why the study is so bad and why conservatives are up in arms about it and trying to defend it. Jeff also discusses a class of drugs with one of the worst sexual side effects he has ever heard of, and expresses his skepticism about a study that claims to explain why women like to take sexy selfies.

Julia Serano’s Takedown

Sex Science Sunday

Two promising new targets for HIV treatment,  a new target for breast cancer treatment, DMAU latest candidate for male birth control.

Sex Science Sunday

A study on variability in nipple size refutes long held belief. Why isn’t Jim Bakker in jail? Sperm counts falling worldwide- should we be worried?

Sex Science Sunday

Jeff looks at unusual sex practices of spiders and anglerfish, our own early attraction to getting a little strange with neanderthals, and we now know who to blame for herpes- from over a million years ago.