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Updated 24 April 2017

The Sex Question

It is so difficult to talk about sex. The Sexologist answers all those sensitive questions you’ve just been dying to ask.

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It’s how we got here, it’s an integral part of our biology and it’s definitely on our minds – but we find it so difficult to talk about sex.

Sex should be the most natural thing in the world, and anything as powerful as the human sexual drive should be clear-cut and relatively easy. Not so. Throw in all the dynamics that come with it such as differing appetites, emotions and physical conditions, then the waters can become very muddy indeed.

The Sexologist (under the auspices of SASHA), answers all those sensitive questions you’ve just been dying to ask, such as:

  • what are the effects of stress on libido
  • whether it’s acceptable for busy businesswomen to use male escorts
  • whether spicing things up will change sexual performance
  • why the first time is often so disappointing.

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(Joanne Hart, Health24, March 2010)

 
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