Dr Daniel Farrelly @ Rose and Crown, Mayfair In humans, as in other mammals, the reproductive life of males follows a varying and interesting path. From a rapid increase in mating behaviours following adolescence, there is then a gradual decline in later years that usually coincides with men finding long-term partners and having offspring. In… Continue reading Next Event 1st December: What evolution can tell us about mating behaviours, competition and testosterone levels in men
We are restarting Empirical Sex with a bang! (Pardon the pun) 7.30pm on Thursday 10th November (NB a week later than our usual slot) Dr Roy J Levin will be joining us at the Rose and Crown (Mayfair) to speak with us about female sexual arousal. “Human sexual arousal is commonly regarded as a highly personal… Continue reading Next Event: Female Sexual Arousal in the Laboratory and in the Bedroom
Friday 8th July: “Just a pretty face? The origins of facial attractiveness” Carmen Lefevre @ The Castle, Farringdon (nearest station-Farringdon & Barbican) The focus on beauty and physical attractiveness is ubiquitous in our society, with many celebrities being celebrated for their appearance. So what is that makes one person more attractive to another and why do… Continue reading We’re Back! Friday 8th July “Just a Pretty Face? The Origins of Facial Attractiveness”
We’re taking a brief time out but we will be back in June- keep an eye out for updates on the website and also on our Twitter page!
Thursday 7th April: “Sexy isn’t Sexist” Paula Wright @ The Clarence , Whitehall Paula Wright left Shotton Hall Comprehensive at 16 with zero qualifications and a recommendation from the carers advisor to do a YTS on the cheese counter at her local Prestos. She became an actor instead and some years later discovered she was… Continue reading Next Event: “Sexy Isn’t Sexist”
“Reproductive Ageing and Fertility Myths”- Professor Susan Bewley @The Prince of Wales, Covent Garden Professor Susan Bewley qualified as a doctor in 1982. She has a degree in medical law and ethics, was the first woman trained in Maternal-Fetal Medicine in the UK and worked as an obstetrician with pregnant women for almost 30 years.… Continue reading Next Event 3rd March: “Reproductive Ageing and Fertility Myths”
Our next talk is approaching! Next Thursday (4th February) David Frank will be speaking with us about How to Market Yourself on Online Dating Sites (just in time for Valentine’s Day!). But first a few housekeeping bits: As some of you already know we’ve been searching for a forever home for Empirical Sex and after Stuart Ritchie’s… Continue reading Next event and important updates!