Dr. Derek Andelloux introduces and explains a common problem among men: erectile disfunction. After clarifying exactly when it is and isn’t a problem, he goes on to discuss some of the various physical and psychological causes. It all comes down to consulting a physician. However, in an upcoming clip, Dr. Andelloux will discuss some of the possible treatments.
Sinnamon Love helps couples fulfill their dominant female desires in this first clip in a new series. She talks about some of the various types of female domination as well as the motivations behind that desire. Most of all, she emphasizes that these desires do not change the core person that you love and begins to suggest ways to find out more and understand just how your partner’s desire can be integrated into the relationship.
Dr. Heather Howard discusses the continuum of sexual identity and behavior during this six-minute video. She first introduces the Kinsey scale and then compares some recent data on sexual identities and behaviors among heterosexuals, homosexuals, and bisexuals.
Joan Price continues her series on senior sex during this eight-minute video. She speaks directly to men about erectile dissatisfaction and dysfunction: their causes and then what to do about them. Joan offers a great many examples of how to maintain a vibrant sexual life with such difficulties, and, in her next clip, suggests how to communicate with your partner(s) about ED.
Wintersong provides an eight-minute overview of the myriad disabilities that affect sexual relationships and play. He identifies some of the most common permanent and temporary disabilities including such examples as paralysis, injury, cardiovascular and respiratory problems, chronic pain issues, as well psychological and learning disabilities. Wintersong offers some suggestions for play in this video but will significantly expand on them in subsequent videos.
Dr. Richard Sprott discusses intimacy during this four-minute video. He defines psychological intimacy and describes the various ways that it affects our thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Dr. Sprott comments on freedom, connection, acceptance, and much more throughout the clip.
Anita Wagner continues her series by discussing what may qualify as sexual addiction/compulsion during this six-minute, part-two video. She offers a long list of questions, with important comments and insights, to aid your reflection on your own or another’s behavior. In her third clip Anita talks about treatment options.
Anita Wagner discusses sex addiction and compulsion in this first-part, seven-minute video. Drawing from the personal experience of her partner’s sex addiction, she defines sex addiction/compulsion, identifies the cycles of emotions and behaviors, and provides examples of acting out. Her next clip on the topic continues the important conversation.