Those of us who treat problematic or compulsive sexual behavior still hear from colleagues that they do not believe that sex addiction is real.
Therapists, myself included, are worried about kids being exposed to pornography at an early age or are learning about sex from porn.
I work with many individuals who struggle with problematic pornography use; I see firsthand how this can cause disruption in relationships. But how does pornography influence divorce?
There are many articles relating to the pornography epidemic but there are few studies about those assertions and even fewer about pornography and BDSM.
I remember, vaguely, the first time I saw Love, Sex & Eating the Bones. I may have been twelve or fourteen years old at the time.
Researchers recently published results from a study looking at pornography use and mental health in college students and effects on loneliness, depression, etc.
In years of doing this work, I had not seen any work specifically about asexuality. This book gave me a serious education about asexuality.
I live at an intersection between three worlds: Sex Addiction Therapy, Sexual Offender Therapy, Sex Therapy. Four worlds, sex dolls…
How do we, as therapists, determine whether a pornography problem is erotic conflict or an addiction? A discussion on the nuances.
The #MeToo movement has brought long overdue attention to the experiences of women who have been victims of sexual abuse and harassment. If you look behind the sensational headlines, the movement has sparked a much-needed conversation about consent. I have previously written about how we teach consent in our practice in a blog on the […]