Get Over It!

Whether you call it porn, adult entertainment or erotica, it’s all the same. It is material to sexually arouse you, to get you into the mood for sex. This is a good and healthy thing. I’ve always been puzzled by our society’s taboo against erotica. Isn’t this a taboo against the very force that gives us life? Isn’t this anti-life? Erotica should be the joyous embrace of living, a celebration of our sexuality.

My ex-girlfriend was totally anti-porn. She and I clashed over this issue and that’s why we broke up. If I could, I’d have her watch the following video. It nicely summarizes my point of view. (Not that she would — she’s very obstinate and opinionated.)

Finally, the voice of reason!

(This opinion belongs solely to the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Good Sex Network.)

Q: Why should I use your service?

Good question. While nothing is as good as face-to-face interaction with a sex therapist, there are good reasons why you may prefer to use an online service such as ours:

1. You may have trouble finding a sex therapist in your local area, especially if you live in a remote part of the country, or if you live in a region where sexual freedom is severely curtailed.

2. You prefer the convenience of getting help in the comfort and privacy of your own home. You can attend to therapy on your own schedule.

3. You have access to one of the best sexologists in the world, a medical professional highly respected in his field. Dr. Frank Sommers is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and a founder of a Nobel Peace Prize recipient organization.

4. Depending on your circumstances, our online service may be more affordable than the alternatives.

5. You may feel embarrassed to personally face a doctor or therapist. There is a sort of anonymity to using an online service.

One final note: many sex therapists advertise themselves on the Internet, but not a single one of them is set up to serve a global clientele. Only The Good Sex Network has international reach.

Penile Angst

Well, dear readers, it is time to tackle a subject often thought about, but rarely talked about. That is the subject of the size of the male organ, also known as the penis. It goes by other names, of course, and you can all come up with your particular version, but let’s take what we can all relate to, in a reasonably objective way. In my work as a sex therapist with many men over the years, concern over penis size sometimes comes up early in our work and other times it raises its head (no pun intended) later during the course of our treatment program. Continue reading “Penile Angst”

Northern Peaks

Real Productions has been approved by federal regulators to start a digital cable channel for pornography. This is a major breakthrough in our society, and I greatly applaud the move. Read more about the development here.

(This opinion belongs solely to the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Good Sex Network.)

Focus Presentation: Masturbation

“We know that more than 70 to 80% of women masturbate, and 90% of men masturbate, and the rest lie.”
Joycelyn Elders, 15th Surgeon General of the United States

Masturbation is the most natural and normal thing in the world. Only the sexually repressive and uptight would disagree. See why masturbation is good for you in this Continue reading “Focus Presentation: Masturbation”

"Freddy and Eddy"

I love this website:

http://www.freddyandeddy.com/

It’s informative, fun to visit, and celebrates sexuality to the fullest. The creators, “Freddy” and “Eddy,” are so energetic and vibrant! They add to the general charm of the site.

(This opinion belongs solely to the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Good Sex Network.)

Paris for President

Hey, I’d vote for Paris! She’s got to be better than George W. Bush…

– RKE

(This opinion belongs solely to the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Good Sex Network.)