"Behavior is difficult to measure directly because we have to rely on what you tell us. You get upset when we try to watch you,” says Humboldt State's Melinda Meyers.
And when researchers base their gender studies using questionable assumptions, as you’re about to learn, that research gets a little dodgy.
In this lecture, Myers lays out a fun-but-firm critique of sexuality research, and makes clear why it matters.
- Hair Whorl Direction and Sexuality in Men
- Is Homophobia Associated with Sexual Arousal in Men?
- Vaginal orgasm is associated with less use of immature psychological defense mechanisms.
- Complete reading list in the slideshow at the top of this page
My Favorite Lecture is an educational lecture series in which Humboldt State educators share some of their favorite material with a live community audience in downtown Arcata, California. No topic is too big or small.
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