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#MythMonday: “Transgender” is not a sexual orientation

#MythMonday: “Transgender” is not a sexual orientation

Although Transgender makes up the T in LGBTQ, Transgender, as a term, does not define someone’s sexual orientation and this has led to much confusion. Transgender identity is completely different from sexual orientation. People often associate someone’s biological sex...

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New JPS Issue Available!

Our apologies for the delay! Issue 2 of 2020 is now available! First we have a potentially controversial article wherein the experiences of self-identified "girlfags" and "guydykes" were interviewed. This article opens more conversations about gender and sexual...

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#MythMonday: Debunking “No-Nut November”

#MythMonday: Debunking “No-Nut November”

No-Nut November has become a Global phenomenon that peaked within the Internet community. The end of the year is marked with continuous festivities with each passing month. October has Halloween and Christmas takes over December. While for Americans, Thanksgiving...

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Winners of Race and Sexuality Research Awards

The Center for Positive Sexuality is pleased to announce the research projects awarded $1000 in discretionary funding through generous donations from Jasmin.com and Dr. James Elias. We put out a call for research proposals on Race and Sexuality in July 2020. This is...

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#TuesdayTerms: Sanguinophilia & Odaxelagnia

#TuesdayTerms: Sanguinophilia & Odaxelagnia

This week's Tuesday Terms fit well within the Spooky Season of October. So if you like a little biting or vampire role play or some edgy knife play here are two new words to include in your sexy vocabulary! Sanguinophilia - arousal by blood, such as in knife play,...

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