TechSex aims to enhance knowledge and explore important implications of new digital, mechanical and medical technologies that are transforming the sexual lives of many Australians.
New Publications 2022
►Vaginas, pheromones and TikTok: what is the strange new trend of ‘vabbing’?
► Like Grand Designs but naughty: Netflix’s How To Build A Sex Room brings kink and sex positivity into the mainstream
►Regulating tech-sex and managing image-based sexual abuse: an Australian perspective
►Traversing TechSex: benefits and risks in digitally mediated sex and relationships
► From a distance: Sex and technology during COVID-19
M-SEX is a research program led by Dr Andrea Waling and funded by the Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Award.
It is based at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University. It is comprised of a number of projects that focus on the sexual health and sexual practices of men in Australia.
This is a partner project to TechSex.
Sexual Health Promotion and Education Research (SHPER) is a research program led by Associate Professor Jennifer Power and Dr Andrea Waling.
It is based at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University. It is comprised of a number of projects that focus on sexual health promotion, education, rights, and advocacy of people who reside in Australia, with a particular focus on young people.
Several of the projects are funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health.
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