Not even an hour after my article on sexist Super Bowl ads went live last week on philly.com, my inbox started filling up with emails from friends, clients, and fans writing that they were having a hard time stomaching "all those comments,” asking how I was handling them.
I’m all for sexy depictions on television (I am a sexologist…) but I’m wondering why advertisers can’t use sex without being sexist, homophobic, or otherwise perpetuate harmful myths about sexuality.
May is National Masturbation Month. It’s been celebrated since 1995 in response and protest of then President Clinton firing then Surgeon General...
Considering visiting a nude beach on your next warm weather vacation? At the repeated recommendation of one of my clients at Feminique, I decided to take a day trip to Gunnison Beach, a nude beach at a federal park in North Jersey.
I’ve been writing this column for a few weeks now, and I realize I’ve never formally introduced myself. I think that has left some confusion about who I am and what I do, because each week my email is full of philly.com readers asking, “So… what exactly is a sexologist, anyway?”
The first time it happened, two young men in a yellow sports car drove by and yelled “I love your pussy” at me as I walked down the sidewalk on my way home from school in fourth grade.
We can’t live in a sex-positive society until we refrain from trying to repress the sexuality of others with our judgment. Therefore, I have no problem with the women who make up the Wingettes.
Not one to shy away from saying something that needs to be said because it will piss many people off, I am going to tell you today about the intersection between two controversial and taboo topics: Sex and religion.
West Chester is a rad place- it’s a college town and has a bustling downtown community with lots of trendy bars, restaurants, and nightlife. But hidden under the surface, West Chester is actually the opposite of cool.