The Science of Sex Podcast is weekly podcast about the ins and outs of everyone's favorite topic.

Hosted by Dr. Zhana Vrangalova, a professor of human sexuality at New York University, and Joe Pardavila, a guy who's a fan of sex.

To learn more about the show and our hosts, please visit our About The Show Page.

To listen to past TSOS episodes, read episode recaps, and learn more about each week's guest, visit our Episodes Page.

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What people are saying about the show:

Dr. Zhana and Joe do a great job of bringing important, relevant, interesting guests to this podcast. They get into the little details that matter, but still keep it fun. I love this podcast. --Ari Tuckman, CST

The Science of Sex podcast is a great resource for people who want to learn more about sex science but don't have the time, money, or patience to buy a university library membership for all those expensive journal articles. Dr. Zhana brings scientific and personal knowlegge about sex and Joe brings laughter and a nice conversational feel. Recommended for pervs and sex nerds. Josh from Philadelphia

I listen to a number of podcasts and this one is a favorite. Sex is such an amazing topic, it's a shame that there is so little sex positive content out there. Thank you for helping to correct this sad imbalance. -donbcivil, someplace North of Seattle

I love the podcast, you can learn so much and it never gets boring. Please never stop doing it!

I enjoy listening to the podcasts. They raise issues that make you think about sex in a new light. With the good and the bad, sex life is complex and you can always learn new things. If there is one thing in your life that you can (and should) always improve, it is the sex in all its forms. -Cristina

Over the past few years, I've listened to several sex podcasts but lamented that none of them focused on the science of sex. I was so glad to see a podcast tackle research and science over culture and sex ed. The Science of Sex podcast fills that gap, educating and entertaining listeners at the same time. -- Nicole, Wausau, WI