Dr. Jeana Jorgensen publishes her research on gender and sexuality in peer-reviewed academic journals, but also makes a point of making her ideas accessible to the public in easily digestible blog posts. She was a featured blogger at MySexProfessor.com for four years, and all of her posts can still be read there.
Currently, Dr. Jeana is blogging about gender, sexuality, and relationship topics here on doctorjeana.com; on more general folklore, culture, and dance topics at Foxy Folklorist on Patheos.com; and on sex and relationship topics at YourTango.com. She is working on a book on sex in fairy tales.
Want to learn more about Dr. Jeana’s academic work? Click here for her CV.
“Have you Heard the One About…? STDs in Rumor and Folklore.” At Exposed: STDCheck.com Blog.
“Navigating Anxiety in the Bedroom.” At Kinkly.
“Sexual Health and Relationship Education via Stories.” At Condom Monologues.
“It’s Not Okay to Judge Consensual Sex Acts.” At My Sex Professor.
“The Must-Read Article on Herpes.” At My Sex Professor.
“Why Can’t We Just Talk About Sex?” At My Sex Professor.
“Just Because You’re Not Into it Doesn’t Mean Someone Else Can’t Be.” At My Sex Professor.
“Sex Acts/Identities and the Adjacency Effect.” At My Sex Professor.
“Understanding the Body in Fairy Tales” (co-authored with Scott Weingart). At OUPblog.
“The Black and the White Bride: Dualism, Gender, and Bodies in European Fairy Tales.” At Journal of History and Cultures.
“Dancing the Numinous: Sacred and Spiritual Techniques of Contemporary American Belly Dancers.” At Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics.