Episode 18: Reproductive mental health

Cultivating sexual desire: A chat with Dr. Lori Brotto

Savage Love: Dirty talk can be a great alternative to dipping out

What to Do When Partners Want Different Amounts of Sex

How a virtual sex therapy is helping women reclaim their intimate lives

How sex toy habits changed in the pandemic (especially demand for quiet ones)

Can mindfulness really improve your sex life, with Dr. Lori Brotto – S3E9

Episode 12: Busting myths with Professor Timothy Caulfield

Canadians are having more sex during the pandemic, unless they’re living with their partners

Study suggests that feeling sexually desired by one’s partner is more important for men than we think

How the pandemic shaped the sex lives of Canadians

Perspectives on Cancer Survivorship – Bibiana Kemerer, MSc Student

Fifteen new and renewed UBC Canada Research Chairs announced

Amplify: Women are taking their sexual health into their own hands

Preliminary Development of a Mindfulness-Based Group Therapy to Expand Couples’ Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer: A Mixed Methods Approach – Beyond the Abstract

Busting the Myth of Male Sexuality—the Need to Be Desired

Faculty of medicine members receive funding for patient-care research and commercialization

Another victim of COVID-19: Sex between married couples

Coral Becomes World’s First Interactive Sexual Wellness App for Couples

Nearly four in ten women report their mental health has worsened since mid-March 2020

Faculty of Medicine researchers awarded funding to improve health outcomes and patient care

Sexual Arousal Is Not a Reliable Sign of Sexual Desire