Feb
01

2012
Orgasms For Valentines Day ( An Event You Don't Want To Miss)

So I have combined a few passions of mine before Valentines Day. My love for educating and my love for adult pleasure products (and for those of you who are totally clueless, I’m talking about sex toys).   For many people, shopping for such a product can be confusing, scary and confronting. We often have that desire to test out a product, but walking in to some sex shops to buy it, is not always the best experience. It is not like asking a shop assistant if they have a dress in another size. It might mean you have to talk about sex with a total stranger! If you choose to explore on the internet, which can often be the safer and more comfortable option, there might be the confusion as to what the product actually looks and feels like. In a sex shop you might be able to pick…

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Jan
25

2012
Sex Does Not Sell

Most people think sex sells. But in actual fact, it’s not sex, it’s words, things and actions that might imply that sex is involved.  The topic sometimes has to be implied without exactly being mentioned. I am experiencing that being a Sexologist can catch people’s attention. They want comments, articles, and answers, all to do with the topic of sex. But what intrigues me most is that even though my profession is accepted in the wider community, the word SEX sometimes is still not. Why do we fear those 3 letters? A lot of us are doing it, many of us think about it, it’s how we all got here, so why can’t we all say it?   Growing up many children and teens are taught words to replace the word sex. Special cuddles, nookie, root, doing it, going all the way, getting busy, the horizontal dance, making love, getting…

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Jan
23

2012
Shit People Say To Sexologists

Being a Sexologist is not the easiest job sometimes. It is not a common profession and not one presented to you at high school as a possible career. So telling people what I do for a living comes with some interesting thoughts, beliefs and questions by others. People think you are a prostitute, think you must have a lot of sex, think that you got into this profession because you liked sex so much, wonder what your family thinks, ask you questions and confess their inner most sexual thoughts and experiences ( that one I love!).   As it is not a profession well understood, it really is a matter of one’s own personal belifes and sometimes lack of information on the subject that shine through in their questions and statements. I enourage the quetsions, I even enoaurveg the statments and confessions, as long as their are respestufl of my…

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