New mothers’ sexual distress and sexual values in the transition to parenthood
25Jul

New mothers’ sexual distress and sexual values in the transition to parenthood

By Heather Oliveira and Jackie Huberman This is a summary of our published

Post baby hanky panky? For some women, it’s painful.
11Jul

Post baby hanky panky? For some women, it’s painful.

By Natalie Rosen This blog is a summary of our

What is technology-facilitated sexual violence?
23Sep

What is technology-facilitated sexual violence?

By Vasileia Karasavva With the surge in online access, technology

Tried and True: Exploring the Best Vulvodynia Treatment Options
12Apr

Tried and True: Exploring the Best Vulvodynia Treatment Options

By Brenna Bagnell; This blog is a summary of our

Why do men report more sexual partners than women?
24Aug

Why do men report more sexual partners than women?

By Justin Dubé Given that sex tends to be a

Myth Busting: Sex After Baby
27Jul

Myth Busting: Sex After Baby

By: Erin T. Fitzpatrick There are many commonly held beliefs

Managing Emotions: The Best Strategies for FSIAD Couples
29Jun

Managing Emotions: The Best Strategies for FSIAD Couples

By Justin Dubé This blog is a summary of our

Pain and Pregnancy and Sex, Oh My!
25Feb

Pain and Pregnancy and Sex, Oh My!

by Meghan Rossi This blog is a summary of our

Does sex lead to well-being?
20Jan

Does sex lead to well-being?

By Heather Oliveria Couples skipping in the streets, whistling, and

Living with a Partner in Pain
04Nov

Living with a Partner in Pain

Co-authored by Indre Baltrušaityte and Kat Merwin This post is

Vulvodynia: Research Challenges and Treatment Recommendations
07Oct

Vulvodynia: Research Challenges and Treatment Recommendations

Co-authored by Lida Abdulrahman and Kat Merwin This blog is

How is sexual health attained and maintained?
23Sep

How is sexual health attained and maintained?

By Justin Dubé Though I’d like to think the studies

Returning to Sex: Women’s Experiences with Their Postpartum Sexuality
09Sep

Returning to Sex: Women’s Experiences with Their Postpartum Sexuality

by Heather Oliveira Have you or your partner recently had

Single, but not down to mingle: The psychology behind long-term singlehood
27Aug

Single, but not down to mingle: The psychology behind long-term singlehood

by Meghan Rossi For many, being in a romantic relationship

Am I digisexual?
03Jul

Am I digisexual?

by Sam Dawson At the most recent meeting of the

What is dyadic research, and why is it so important?
05Jun

What is dyadic research, and why is it so important?

By Megan Muise As the name of our lab suggests,

Couple Sex Therapy versus Group Therapy for Women with Genito-pelvic Pain
03Apr

Couple Sex Therapy versus Group Therapy for Women with Genito-pelvic Pain

Co-authored by Elyse Burchill and Kat Merwin This post is

Becoming Four (Or More!): Consensual Non-Monogamy and Parenthood
20Mar

Becoming Four (Or More!): Consensual Non-Monogamy and Parenthood

Photo Source: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-passion-paradox/201208/what-are-peoples-perceptions-open-relationships By: Meghan Rossi One of the main

Navigating Pain and Intimacy in the Postpartum Period
11Dec

Navigating Pain and Intimacy in the Postpartum Period

By Meghan Rossi Welcoming a new baby into your family

What’s new and exciting in Canadian sexuality science?
27Nov

What’s new and exciting in Canadian sexuality science?

by Samantha Dawson The lab just returned from another fabulous

The Excruciating Health Condition That Only Affects Women
30Jul

The Excruciating Health Condition That Only Affects Women

Women who struggle with vulvodynia often see several doctors without

Your Thoughts Matter: Framing Your Sexual Experience
02Jul

Your Thoughts Matter: Framing Your Sexual Experience

By Meghan Rossi This blog summarizes our recently published paper: Rosen,

The Asexuality Spectrum and Relationship Negotiation
18Jun

The Asexuality Spectrum and Relationship Negotiation

By Paige Robillard Relationship decisions can be tricky to navigate.

Does Self-Compassion Benefit Couples Coping with Vulvodynia?
21May

Does Self-Compassion Benefit Couples Coping with Vulvodynia?

By Hannah Richardson This post is a summary of: Santerre-Baillargeon,