Karen Yescavage

Karen Yescavage is a social and personality psychologist at Colorado State University – Pueblo. She has been a teacher, sex researcher, and activist for over 20 years. She has researched and written about perpetrators of sexual aggression, reasons for pretending orgasms, bisexual representations in the media, bisexual workplace discrimination, transgender stigma and experiences, and the future of sex, speculating on topics such as the search for a gay gene and genetic engineering, human-robot relations, off-planet sex and future colonization, and recent narratives of human-alien hybridization.


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PART FOUR of Imagining Alien Sex: Preparing for the Alien
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