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Business Startup Checklist

by Leonore Tjia September 4, 2013

What does it take to start a business? Folks who have been there know, it often doesn’t take much, but starting things out the right way can make all the difference between success and failure. So, what does it take to start a business? What follows is very likely not an exhaustive list, but will […]

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Sex Ed, 1964

by Joyce Wadler August 1, 2013

Every once in a while I read about sex ed in middle school and kids putting condoms on bananas and I feel kind of sad I missed out on this. This is not just because of the comic possibilities of condoms on bananas, actually anything having to do with bananas, but because kids today have […]

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Porn Is Not The Problem. You Are.

by David J. Ley, Ph.D. June 12, 2013

Porn is not addictive. Sex is not addictive. The ideas of porn and sex addiction are pop psychology concepts that seem to make sense, but have no legitimate scientific basis. For decades, these concepts have flourished in America, but have consistently been rejected by medicine and mental health. The media and American society have accepted […]

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Five strategies to get the word out quickly about your business

by Fabienne Fredrickson March 27, 2013

Whether your business is new or you are expanding your offerings, the very first thing you want to do is let people know what you are up to. The more people who know, the better your chances of getting referrals which will help get your client pipeline flowing. Tweet

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New York’s Condom Bait-and-Switch

by Emily Gogolak (Village Voice) March 20, 2013

One block north of the boardwalk in Coney Island, a white van is parked on the windswept block of Surf Avenue, between West 22nd and West 23rd Streets. Just outside the van stands a young woman wearing a teal hoodie, her auburn hair pulled back into a tight bun with a few loose strands escaping […]

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Are You Creating “Safe Space” or “Risk-takers’” Space In Your Sexuality Work?

by Amy Jo Goddard November 2, 2012

This week I published this article, “Hurricane Sandy Just Had a Great Big Orgasm”. I invite you to read it and tell me what YOU think as a sexuality professional. I invite you to read it below and tell me what YOU think as a sexuality professional, because some of my readers were honestly offended. They […]

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Sex is a Skill

by Amy Jo Goddard September 7, 2012

I made my students repeat aloud “Sex is a skill,” as I was beginning the sexuality module in my college courses last week, their collective voices paired with open and uncomfortable grins. Tweet

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Sex Toys as Teaching Tools

by Sarah B Lemons August 9, 2012

The days of hushed whispers and euphemisms are clearing and sex toys are becoming more mainstream. Sex toys are moving out into the shelves of drugstores, right beside condoms and fertility tests.Celebrities like Kandi Burruss and Kendra Wilkinson have created their own line of toys for the bedroom and given more exposure to the industry. Individuals and […]

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Launch a Coaching Business: 4 Secrets for Authenticity & Success

by Suzanne Evans July 9, 2012

Something that generates a great amount of curiosity is the fact that I built my coaching business to a relatively large level of success while working a day job. People wonder how I did it so quickly and if there is a step-by-step roadmap that they can use. I’ll share my four secrets to my […]

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In The Hot Seat

by Mindy Stombler June 26, 2012

I am a sociologist. I’m a sociologist who happens to teach and conduct research on sexuality. I wasn’t trained to work on that topic, but here in the sociology department at Georgia State University, we have a running joke that Selma Alston, our office manager, practically makes us all into sexuality experts by slotting us […]

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