Episode 211: Sexual communication & research with Dr. Shameka

Dr. Shemeka Thorpe is a brilliant sex researcher, post-doctoral fellow and the founder of the Minority Sex Report. She joins us to talk about her latest research and we answer some of your burning questions including:

  • I can’t get into receiving oral sex. Is something wrong with me?
  • What’s the difference between bisexuality and pansexuality?
  • How do I get over my partner’s past?
  • How can we improve sexual communication?
  • How do we manage pain during sex?
  • How do I advocate for myself with health professionals?

Check out Dr. Shemeka Thorpe’s work (including her database of BIPOC Pelvic Floor Therapists) & follow her on Instagram where she is #MakingResearchRelevant.

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