“Suffice to say, Six knows her sex.” I love this line! An article about sex & romance for Valentine’s, featuring…moi! Thank you Jane Vick. “Working with a sexologist does not mean that something is wrong sexually, and further, going to a sexologist can be an exciting and viable option for anyone looking to improve their
Imagine you knew as a teenager that your life purpose was to give sex and relationship advice?Meet Dr. Claudia Six, who’s been carving her own path as Sex Therapist ever since she knew it was her calling, way back when.
“Compromise can be very loving when done with self respect and in a way that supports the relationship.” Compromise can be seen, by some people, as a positive thing—an opportunity to meet in the middle and come to a conclusion that satisfies both parties. However, it can often be viewed in a negative context, equated
I could not have said this better myself. “I divorced my husband not because I didn’t love him. I divorced him because I loved myself more. There are many reasons we did not make it. But the main one is that we had incompatible visions of our roles as partners and parents.” Divorce is hard,
Fascinating article in today’s New York Times: The pudendal nerve provides sensation to the vagina and vulva, or outer female genitalia. The term derived from the Latin verb pudere: to be ashamed. The shame nerve, Ms. Draper noted: “I was like, What? Excuse me?” It grew worse. When her teacher handed her a copy of