Speakers & Topics Announced for Upcoming ISSM Webinar
Physical Factors Motivate Non-Monogamous Individuals
We hope you'll join us on Thursday, June 25, 2020 for the first webinar in the ISSM Webinar Series: "Sex & COVID-19: The State of the Science."
The event will begin at 7 pm UTC. (See in your time zone.)
We're pleased to announce the following speakers and presentations:
Luiz Otavio Torres, MD
Dolores Lamb, PhD
COVID-19 & Testicular Function
Joana Carvalho, PhD
Hypersexuality, Sexual Violence, & Pornography Utilization
Sharon J. Parish, MD
Sexual Behavior in Women During COVID-19
Paolo Capogrosso, MD
Sexual Behavior in Men During COVID-19
The event will be moderated by Dr. John P. Mulhall (JSM Editor-in-Chief) and Dr. Annamaria Giraldi (ISSM President-Elect).
Space is limited, so register today to save your seat!
Read the New JSM Today!
Sexual motivations appear to differ based on relationship structure, new research suggests.
In a study of 449 adults, those in non-excusive multipartner consensual non-monogamous relationships (CNM) were more motivated by physical factors, such as pleasure-seeking, the authors explained.
The findings are based on the results of two assessments: the Why Humans Have Sex Scale (YSEX) and the New Scale for Sexual Satisfaction (NSSS).
The results could help clinicians who may not be accustomed to working with individuals in CNM relationships.
"Taking a blanket approach for treating men and women in different relationship configurations based on mononormative standards may not be the best practice," the authors said.
The Journal of Sexual Medicine study was published online in March as an article "in press." Read more.
The June 2020 issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine is ready for online reading!
This edition includes new research on transgender health, non-monogamy, sexual behavior, surgery, orgasm, and more.
See the table of contents here!