55 min

The Science of Wet A** Pu$%y SWAP feat. Dr. Jasmine Abrams, Portia Brown and Dr. Ruth Arumala The Research Her

    • Social Sciences

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion broke the internet and climbed up all the charts with the release of their new song WAP, which is an acronym for Wet Ass Pussy. Her we use the term SWAP, not only because we swapped out our photos for theirs in the artwork, but because herein we want to discuss the Science of Wet Ass Pussy. We start off with the definition of WAP and breakdown the discussed part of the female genitalia relevant to it. We learn that the key component to WAP is vaginal discharge as a lubricant. Dr. Ruth Arumala, black woman ob/gyn, gives us information about the contents of vaginal discharge and ways of supplementing it if one desires. Dr. Jasmine Abrams, an international behavioral research scientist, educates us on the research related to women's health as it relates to vaginal lubrication. We then end out the episode being educated by Portia Brown, a black woman sex coach and sex educator, who schools us on practical ways of loving and optimizing our body's vaginal lubrication. This is a research and education-based episode between women who also relate personally to the topic.
Mentioned in the episode
E15 Of The Research Her. No Basic Vaginas. How to Avoid Bacterial Vaginosis w/ Dr. Ruthie Arumala
The Vaginal Microenvironment: The Physiologic Role of Lactobacilli
Dynamics of the Vaginal Ecosystem—Hormonal Influences
Books
Come as you are by Emily Nagoski, Ph.D.
Pussy Prayers Black Girl Bliss
Connect with Them:
Dr. Ruth Arumala
Instagram: @i.am.dr.arumala
 
Dr. Jasmine Abrams
Instagram: @DrJasmineAbrams
Twitter: @DrJasmineAbrams
Website: DrJasmineAbrams.com/
 
Portia Brown
Instagram: @FroeticSexology
Twitter: @FroeticSexology
Youtube: Froetic Sexology
Website: FroeticSexology.com
 
 
Connect with me:
Website: TheResearchHer.com
Instagram: @TheResearchHer
Twitter: @TheResearchHer
Facebook: @TheResearchHer
 
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Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion broke the internet and climbed up all the charts with the release of their new song WAP, which is an acronym for Wet Ass Pussy. Her we use the term SWAP, not only because we swapped out our photos for theirs in the artwork, but because herein we want to discuss the Science of Wet Ass Pussy. We start off with the definition of WAP and breakdown the discussed part of the female genitalia relevant to it. We learn that the key component to WAP is vaginal discharge as a lubricant. Dr. Ruth Arumala, black woman ob/gyn, gives us information about the contents of vaginal discharge and ways of supplementing it if one desires. Dr. Jasmine Abrams, an international behavioral research scientist, educates us on the research related to women's health as it relates to vaginal lubrication. We then end out the episode being educated by Portia Brown, a black woman sex coach and sex educator, who schools us on practical ways of loving and optimizing our body's vaginal lubrication. This is a research and education-based episode between women who also relate personally to the topic.
Mentioned in the episode
E15 Of The Research Her. No Basic Vaginas. How to Avoid Bacterial Vaginosis w/ Dr. Ruthie Arumala
The Vaginal Microenvironment: The Physiologic Role of Lactobacilli
Dynamics of the Vaginal Ecosystem—Hormonal Influences
Books
Come as you are by Emily Nagoski, Ph.D.
Pussy Prayers Black Girl Bliss
Connect with Them:
Dr. Ruth Arumala
Instagram: @i.am.dr.arumala
 
Dr. Jasmine Abrams
Instagram: @DrJasmineAbrams
Twitter: @DrJasmineAbrams
Website: DrJasmineAbrams.com/
 
Portia Brown
Instagram: @FroeticSexology
Twitter: @FroeticSexology
Youtube: Froetic Sexology
Website: FroeticSexology.com
 
 
Connect with me:
Website: TheResearchHer.com
Instagram: @TheResearchHer
Twitter: @TheResearchHer
Facebook: @TheResearchHer
 
Ways to subscribe to The Research Her podcast
Google
Apple
Stitcher
Spotify
RSS feed
 
Have feedback?
Download the FREE "The Research Her" APP on iOS and Android (to directly send feedback)
Email HitUsUp@TheResearchHer.com

55 min