By Kristen Lilla, AASECT Sex Therapist, Omaha, NE While the concept of polyamory is not something new, the discussion of it seems to be. Those who are exploring polyamory, or identifying as polyamorous, find that they have to “come out of the closet” to their partner, family, and friends. Some are accepted and understood, but many others are ostracized […]
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.
By Roger Libby Sometimes it is hard to plan for sex. Being spontaneous is often valued. Yet one lover may be more in the mood than another. Others like to schedule sex. Either way, there is one sex question you’ll always want to ask of yourself and your lover before popping the “little blue pill.” […]
Starting in Junior High School, the dominant dating script is to limit dating to one person. Why? I see middle aged people who are newly divorced who feel pressure to date one person, and not to feel free to date others. This is an extension of the Junior High script. Again, why? Dating is supposed […]