Should sex be viewed strictly in terms of black and white, right and wrong, romantic love vs. pure, pulse-racing lust? Or is sex more prismatic, open to wider interpretation and exploration? That ought to be the pivotal question to arise from the film based on the most popular fan fiction about sex in recent times. In […]
Welcome to the Pleasuredome Podcast! From the heart of the Puget Sound, home of Starbuck's coffee, Boeing airplanes, Amazon deliveries, Microsoft software, and the world's best Sex Therapy (what do you think we do all year when it is raining outside?), comes the Pleasuredome Podcast, a series of reflections on the state of Sexology and our Sexual Union as a society from America's foremost sexologist, sex therapist, and sex commentator, Dr. Roger Libby.
Sexual desire can ebb and flow over time and across a myriad of life’s challenges, but when you prioritize your intimate life, it is more likely to be mutually exciting.
Sexual problems are best solved by working with a couple when there is a couple. The radio advertising drumbeat for Men’s Clinics address only one half of a healthier relationship.
When a couple can discuss what they want in a relationship, they are more likely to get it.
The Lolly Plop Flop, the Bull Dog Grind and the Double Angel Ankle Lock positions are superb to try for a variation on more common sexual positions.
Running water (an ocean or a river, not a faucet!) adds to sexual euphoria. (Don’t try this at home: Dr. Libby taking a spill from a hydrofoil speedboat!)
Viagra, Cialis and other erection pills are not a total answer for erection problems. Thoughts, fantasies, communication and relationship issues need to be addressed.
The brain is our main sex organ. Couples need to be up front about their desires, fantasies and what it is they want to experience together.
Foreplay and afterplay are critical to a full appreciation of sexual intimacy.
By Dr. Roger Libby T.V. personality Kelly Rippa claims she has a really happy marriage because they have lots of sex. There is some truth to this claim. When couples prioritize their sex life, they are emphasizing each other rather than work, children and other constant distractions from pleasure. This does not mean work and […]