Department of Psychology, Queen's University
62 Arch St, Kingston, Ontario, Canada  K7L 3N6
 Tel: 613.533.3276  Email: sex.lab@queensu.ca

Media - Recent interviews and articles

Sexual health research: Beyond the birds and the bees. Pukall, Jackowich, Gauvin
Sophomore Magazine, Sept, 2016.

Interviewed by Dr. Laurie Betito. Gauvin
Passion Radio Show on CJAD 800 and NewsTalk 1010

Interviewed by Colette Steer. Gauvin
Queen’s University Grad Chat on CFRC 101.9FM.

Female desire may be too complex for new drug: Sex and a single pill. Pukall
National Post, Sept 19, 2015, page A2.

On the eve of its release, question remains: Is pink Viagra fixing a problem that doesn't exist? Pukall
National Post, Sept 18, 2015.

Is the little pink pill worth celebrating? Pukall
CBC Ontario Today, Sept 2, 2015.

Circumcised or not, it matters little to sexual partners, study shows. Bossio
The Globe and Mail, July 9, 2015.

The Benefits of Kissing on International Kissing Day. Pukall
CKWS News, Kingston. July 6, 2015.

Science says Caitlyn Jenner could be the best thing that ever happened to the transgender community. Dargie
Business Insider, June 3, 2015.

Master’s student earns Women’s Health Scholars Award. Jackowich
Queen’s Gazzette, June 26, 2015.

Sex is agony for as many as one in five women. Pukall
The Toronto Star, July 11, 2014.

How Pelvic Physio Strives to Take the Pain out of Sex. Pukall
Globe and Mail, June 8, 2014.