There's an interesting talk tonight at the Bell Pub in the Empirical Sex series (details below). I know it's nothing to do with the paranormal but I'm happy to help promote this series organised by one of our students, Elisa Solaris.
Please find below the details of the next Empirical Sex lecture, tonight 1st October 7.30pm at the Bell Pub near Liverpool Street Station. Tickets available here £4 advance https://empiricalsex.eventbrite.co.uk
"All of us have experienced crying before. Likewise, many of us may have felt an urge to comfort somebody who is crying. But have you ever wondered how some people might be sexually aroused from this? In this talk, Richard Greenhill will be presenting a qualitative study that he carried out into dacryphilia, a non-normative sexual interest that involves enjoyment or arousal from tears and crying."
Richard Greenhill is a MRes Psychological Research Methods Student at Nottingham Trent University and has recently published his paper "Compassion, Dominance/Submission, and Curled Lips: A Thematic Analysis of Dacryphilic Experience in Dacryphilia" in the International Journal of Sexual Health.
Advance tickets £4 can be purchased here: https://empiricalsex.eventbrite.co.uk
Tickets can be purchased on the night but these will be £5 on the door
Hope to see you all there,
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