Women’s Health Month and effects of female presence in science

May is International #WomensHealthMonth and I can’t help but wonder how much progress remains to be made in this regard. For too long the inclusion of women in clinical [...]

Paula Cañaveras no comments

Does the Teen Star sexuality and affectivity program have any scientific evidence?

In some schools they are implementing a sexual affective program called Teen Star and they say that the brain of men and women is different, and that is why [...]

Rubén Rodríguez no comments

Love tales do not create violence

Children, teenagers and youth daily receive many messages linking sexual relationships to violence. There are also a few messages linking affective and sexual relationships to no-violence and to love. [...]

Elisabeth Torras 5 comments

Creative sexualities are those that are not heterosexual relationships

Is this a hoax? Error happened. [...]

Elisabeth Torras no comments

Legislating sexual consent need to consider communicative acts to contribute overcoming GBV

There is wide debate on how free consent in sexual engagements needs to be addressed and legislated in order to contribute to overcome GBV and contribute to create free [...]

Ana Vidu no comments

COVID-19 has changed choices of hook-ups

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only an incidence on people’s health but also on the way we relate to each other and choose people to have a relationship. This study [...]

Ana Vidu no comments

Dialogic Feminist Gatherings have an impact on reduction and prevention of Gender-Based Violence among adolescent girls.

The dialogues and reflections of the girls (aged 15 to 18) in Out-of-Home Care after participating in the Dialogic Feminist Gatherings show an increase in the competences related to [...]

Paula Cañaveras no comments

Participating in Dialogic Gatherings contributes to acquiring or reinforcing attitudes of New Alternative Masculinities

There exist affirmations that strengthen the idea that participating in dialogic gatherings contributes to acquiring or reinforcing such attitudes attributed to the NAM (New Alternative Masculinities) and that, therefore, [...]

Roger Doménech no comments

Men talk about women as prey

There is a general belief that mens’ groups, when they meet, basically talk about women as preys to hunt or as objectives to achieve. I value this statement as [...]

Pau Lluch no comments