Sex Therapy, Psychotherapy, Couples Counseling
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Lectures, Keynotes & Training Seminars
“I caught him betraying me,” wailed the email from a stranger named Mary. “He’s been watching porn. Why? And how can I ever trust him again when he watches women do anything he wants?”
I get one or more emails like this every single week.
Consider the astounding fact that we have more sexual options than almost any other society in the history of the world. And think about the individuals who suffered to create or maintain that freedom.
Exotic sexual activities can be great. But encouraging people to them when they feel inhibited, ashamed, or desperate can be counter-productive.
Sex researcher Alfred Kinsey’s science is still accurate, relevant, and important–no matter how much conspiracy-theorist Judith Reisman and anti-gay crusaders try to discredit the man and his work.
Is there a profession more misunderstood than sex therapy? Well, maybe undertakers and spies. But that’s about it.
An 18-year-old man accuses a 72-year-old of rape–from an unwanted blowjob with no coercion and no threats. A jury convicts.