by Wendy Strgar March 07, 2012
Increase your sexual intelligence and get what you really want from sex. Listen to Dr. Marty Klein explain how for many people sex is an opportunity to fail, and for even more of them – not failing is the best that sex ever gets… Rethink the meaning of sex in your life and watch it change your ability to find what you most want out of your intimate life. Dr. Marty Klein is the most articulate and intelligent sex therapist in this country today. Don’t miss this conversation that will revolutionize the meaning of your sex life.
Dr. Marty Klein is a California psychotherapist, sex therapist, and international lecturer in sexuality and public policy. He has been an expert witness or invited plaintiff in many important state and federal obscenity and anti-censorship cases. His landmark book America’s War On Sex, with a foreword by the ACLU’s Nadine Strossen, was honored as Book of the Year by AASECT.
Marty is frequently quoted by the popular press, including The New Yorker, The New York Times and on TV’s 20/20 and Nightline. He is outspoken about many popular and clinical ideas about sexuality, decrying psychology’s gender stereotypes, medicine’s sex-negativity, and what he calls “the Oprah-ization of relationships.” He is the country’s best-known critic of the concept of “sex addiction.” Marty’s latest book is Sexual Intelligence: What We Really Want From Sex–And How to Get It. Psychology Today magazine raves “Read this book if you want to improve your sex life.” Sign up for Marty’s newsletter is www.SexualIntelligence.org.
by Wendy Strgar March 21, 2019
Usually by the time we “spring forward,” most of us have long forgotten our New Year’s resolutions and not because we don’t want to change, but because the big sweeping ones we plan for after our third glass of champagne are so hard to get our hands around in the day to day. While the desire for change is earnest, what most of us miss is that real change is found in the small steps that we do consistently.
by Wendy Strgar February 21, 2019
Our sense of smell is ancient and the source of our most powerful emotional memories. It is also the primal sensory pathway to sexual attraction. And yet, we often give little attention to all that our sense of smell can evoke, in part because we have so little vocabulary for scent. Often we're limited to “it smells like…” and delineated only between pleasant and unpleasant.