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The Sex Wrap is a sexual health Podcast that was created to help fill the gaping hole in sexuality education. We answer listeners questions each week (or yours today) -- typically questions that people are too afraid to ask at home, too embarrassed to ask at school, or too hard to ask their partners. Here is our show, The Sex Wrap Podcast and here is our Instagram.
We'd love for you to join our ongoing conversation!
Dr. Spring Cooper & Dr. Andrew Porter co-created the Sex Wrap Podcast in response to the ever-increasing need for fun-evidence-based sexual health information and to combat the ever-increasing dissemination of questionable sexual health messages (hello memes).
Spring is an international sexual health superstar and an associate professor at CUNY school of public health. Her current line of research focuses on sexual agency, which is the ability to communicate and negotiate about sex while having empathy for a partners wants and needs.
Andrew is an award-winning teacher and is currently an assistant professor of public health at the University of Miami. His current research examines the intersection of new media and sexual health messaging as well as human sexuality pedagogy.
Combined, they have over 25 years of college teaching experience with a focus on health and human sexuality.