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Freedom, Control and Commitment in American Relationships

by Esther Perel August 7, 2014

Possessiveness does not have much to do with Love. It’s really about Patriarchy. It’s about a power structure in society. Real love is the ability to let the other person go, rather than to want to own them. At most, your partner is on loan with an option to renew, but they never belong to […]

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Getting Paid — the Final Frontier

by Davis August 15, 2013

What’s the hardest part about starting your own business, or venturing out on your own? Sometimes it’s just believing in yourself enough to take the leap. Sometimes it’s figuring out exactly how to market your services or set yourself apart from the competition. But most of the time, what you hear from business owners large […]

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What Spring Cleaning Should You Do For Your Small Business?

by Davis June 5, 2013

Can you believe it? We’re over one-quarter of the way through 2013! Before you know it we’ll be at the halfway point, staring down the barrel of another year end. It’s never a bad time to check in on your business, but Spring-with its promise of warmer weather and new clients and abundance (if you’re […]

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Is Your Business Sexy?

by Darla LeDoux March 8, 2013

Napoleon Hill in Think and Grow Rich talks about “sex energy” as the creative energy of all geniuses. I talk a lot about your Genius… knowing what it is and how to be in the energy state to access it regularly so you can offer it to the ideal clients. Accessing your creative knowing about […]

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Striving for Pleasure Without Fear: Short-Term Effects of Reading a Women’s Magazine on Women’s Sexual Attitudes

by Janna L. Kim and Monique L. Ward September 5, 2012

Contemporary women’s magazines are replete with scripts about sexual relationships and sexual roles for women. Our study used an experimental design to assess whether short-term exposure to a women’s magazine affected young women’s endorsement of sexual scripts commonly found in this genre, including scripts framing sexual intercourse as risky and portraying women’s sexual assertiveness as serving men’s […]

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I Don’t Need To Know if You Masturbate

by Hugo Schwyzer July 23, 2012

As college courses on sexuality proliferate, professors across the country are increasingly finding themselves in trouble because of what they’ve shown, asked, or assigned. In separate incidents in April, instructors at Fresno State in California and Appalachian State in North Carolina were each placed on leave, accused of showing “objectionable” sexual material to their students. Tweet

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Validation of Sexological Worldview

by Justin A. Sitron and Donald A. Dyson July 5, 2012

The authors originally posited that a new construct must be developed to measure the success of affective training for sexologists, particularly the Sexuality Attitudes Reassessment (SAR) modality. Couching their critique in studies that have been conducted to measure the SAR’s effectiveness as a method used to evoke perspective transformation and more sensitive and humanistic service […]

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Are Men “Sexually Fluid”?

by Ian Kerner July 4, 2012

In a new critically-acclaimed off-Broadway play, with a title too controversial for print, a gay man finds himself falling for a woman, which makes him – and his male partner – wonder whether he’s “really” gay after all. Can a gay man who is sexually attracted to women still be gay? And what about straight men […]

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Unconventional Leisure and Career: Insights into the Work of Professional Dominatrices

by DJ Williams, PhD & L. Erika Storm June 26, 2012

Abstract: Despite accumulating evidence to the contrary, consensual participation in sadomasochistic (BDSM) activities often is assumed to be related to an underlying psychopathology by many professionals and members of the general public. Tweet

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Are You Committed to Growing Your Business?

by Fabienne Fredrickson June 12, 2012
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Let me ask you right from the start – which one do you think you are? Committed or interested in growing your business? It actually does make a very big difference. Because getting to the bottom of that question reveals how badly you want success. So, are you committed or interested? Tweet

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