Debra Soh

Dr. Debra W. Soh

Debra W. Soh writes about the science and politics of sex and culture. She is a columnist for and the Globe and Mail. Her writing can also be found in Harper’s, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, CBC, Scientific American, the Chicago Tribune, Newsday, New York Magazine, Men’s Health, the Independent, the Weekend Australian, Quillette, the Korea Herald, Salon, and Pacific Standard.

Her comments have appeared across international media outlets, including the BBC, New York Times, Dan Savage’s podcast, Discover Magazine, NPR, USA Today, TVO’s The Agenda, National Review, Daily Wire, National Post, Federalist, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Esquire, Maxim, AskMen, Psychology Today, the Kinsey Institute’s series, We the Internet, and many others.

Debra holds a Ph.D. from York University and was awarded the Provost Dissertation Scholarship for her fMRI research on paraphilias and hypersexuality. She is a recipient of the prestigious Michael Smith Foreign Study Award from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and has published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior and Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.


Debra Soh

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