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“People sometimes think that as a clinical sexologist I do ‘hands-on’ work,” Six said. “Not at all. ‘All talk, no action’ is how I describe what I do. I am not a sex surrogate, which is a different profession involving actual sexual contact with clients.”
The San Francisco based sex shop Good Vibrations started Masturbation Month in 1995, in response to the firing of then-Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders who suggested masturbation be included in youth sex education programs. “We were astounded. It was one of the most sensible things we’d ever heard a government official say—and it cost Elders
When we are naked and aroused is when we are most vulnerable. So if you have nervous thoughts, it means you’re feeling vulnerable. Being intimate with someone can be kinda scary, especially if you’re dating a new boo or don’t have much sexual experience. Your partner is probably nervous too, so try to chill your
“It takes half as long as the relationship lasted, to get over it after the breakup.” In other words, if you were together four years, it’ll take you two years to fully recover. People don’t like to hear this, but Claudia Six, Ph.D., clinical sexologist and relationship coach, says it’s true. “You may lick your
Clinical Sexologist specializing in Sexual and Intimacy issues in Marin and the San Francisco Bay Area.
PhD Clinical Sexology
MA Counseling Psychology
Board Certified Clinical Sexologist
Serving clients in Marin, Napa, Sonoma, San Francisco, San Rafael, San Anselmo, Santa Rosa, Novato, Petaluma, Berkeley, Mill Valley, Sausalito, Ross, Corte Madera, and Larkspur.