Clinical psychologist, sex therapist, writer, wife, mother
Sandra Pertot is a clinical psychologist, sex therapist, writer, wife, mother, nonna...
Sorry to burst your bubble, but fewer than two percent of people do it daily.
Divorce statistics certainly show that many couples haven’t found their relationship sustainable.
26/10/2016 12:18 PM AEDT
10/10/2016 5:05 PM AEDT
What happens when two people are attracted to each other, find they have a lot in common, except... one prefers plain vanilla sex and the other thrives on the joy of kink?
18/09/2016 7:22 AM AEST
Differences in sexual wants and needs is one reason to say no. There are, however, other reasons why someone says no to sex.
26/08/2016 9:27 AM AEST
Although we acknowledge that there is a wide range of individual differences in human sexuality, we don't seem to talk about them very much. We tend to expect our partner to be like us and to enjoy sex in the same way we do.
05/08/2016 5:51 AM AEST
Sex therapists see many women whose complaint is that they have never, or only sometimes, had that feeling of physical desire for sex that they have heard so much about. So what is wrong with them?
18/07/2016 11:20 AM AEST
Before we become excited that our society is either going to hell in a handbasket or attaining desired heights of sexual liberation, depending on your point of view, most of the stuff on the net has not been invented by modern, free thinking sexual explorers: it has always been practised.
23/05/2016 1:24 PM AEST
The demand for sex therapy continues, but expectation has replaced ignorance as the major source of distress. Now sexual success seems to focus more on behaviours than emotions; tender vanilla sex is derided, prolonged erotic activity has become the gold standard.
09/05/2016 3:25 PM AEST
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