Peter B. Gray In The News

Profile: Peter B. Gray

Toronto Sun
June 26, 2020
Guys – are you looking for love during these uncertain times? Get a dog. Make it a French bulldog, a puppy for best results.
The Scientist
November 15, 2019
That old joke about the milkman fathering many of a town’s children—it’s far from true, a new study reaffirms.
Newsweek
November 14, 2019
Scientists have pinpointed the members of society most likely to have children out of wedlock, by mapping the DNA of people in a region of Western Europe over the past 500 years.
AskHistorians Podcast
October 31, 2019
Cassidy Percoco is joined by Lyndsey Craig, MS candidate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, to chat briefly about the study, "Pubic Hair Removal Practices in Cross-Cultural Perspective," of which she was lead author. The study's anthropological in nature, but involves some descriptions of historical practices!
The Exploress Podcast
October 11, 2019
One of the most intense dinner party debates I've ever had was over the issue of a lady's pelvic jungle: specifically, whether or not we should be taking it off.
American Sex Podcast
July 29, 2019
The societal messages we receive about our genital hair cause us a great deal of turmoil. Should we trim? Shave completely? Or let it grow free? What do our grooming preferences say about us and how do the people we’re intimate with feel about that? On this episode, we examine your personal stories, difficulties, and strategies for caring for your garden down below. We also speak with Lyndsey Craig, an anthropology doctoral candidate studying cross-cultural pubic hair grooming practices. They say that our modern preference for genital baldness is primarily influenced by pornography & the media. Will Lyndsey’s pubic detective work throughout history tell us otherwise? You may be surprised at what you learn!
Vice
July 15, 2019
When pubic hair became less fashionable, so did talking about crabs—but they're just as common as they've ever been.
Dirty History Podcast
July 9, 2019
On this episode, I was joined by Lyndsey Craig, a researcher and Ph.D. student of Anthropology at UNLV. She recently penned a paper titled, “Pubic Hair Removal Practices in Cross-Cultural Perspective.”