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Sexual Incompatibility: Might an Affair Save a Passionless Marriage?

By Hilda Hutcherson, M.D., and Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
By Hilda Hutcherson, M.D., and Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.

"Some people will judge you harshly for even thinking about having an affair. I will not. A 52-year-old woman has the right to decide how to run her own life. Seeking couples therapy from a sex and marital therapist might help you make a well-informed decision."

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News · Sex & Sexuality

Today’s Talk Topic: Popular Culture and Sexual Entitlement

By Women's Voices For Change
Since last week’s slayings in California and the perpetrator’s poisonous rantings about the women who rejected his advances, much media attention has focused on the pervasiveness of misogyny in this world—even here, in America; even now, in 2014. In The Daily Beast, 11-time Jeopardy! winner Arthur Chu charges that our culture encourages a sense of sexual entitlement in men—even nerdy…
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Emotional Health · Sex & Sexuality

Masters of Sex, Heroes of Science

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.

Showtime’s dazzlingly entertaining new series, "Masters of Sex," chronicles the pioneering work of William Masters, M.D., and his assistant, Virginia Johnson. Their research into the nature of human sexuality provides a wonderful backdrop for a show that proves, once again, that these days, the good stuff is on cable TV.

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Lifestyle · Sex & Sexuality

An Introvert on the ‘Today’ Show

By Roz Warren
By Roz Warren

"You’d never use the words 'life of the party' to describe me. Plus, the prospect of being on national television was, to put it mildly, terrifying. At work, I’m always ready to entertain a crowd of toddlers at the library with 'The Wheels on the Bus' or 'The Itsy Bitsy Spider.' But entertaining millions of people on live TV?"

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Emotional Health · Health · Marriage & Life Partners · Sex & Sexuality

Dr. Hilda on Sex: When Pills Won’t Fix His Problem

By Hilda Hutcherson, M.D.
By Hilda Hutcherson, M.D.

What can you do? First, be patient, understanding, and loving. He is hurting. Pressuring him to perform sexually will only make him feel like more of a failure as a man and push him farther away. (Aren’t “real men” supposed to be ready to have sex every hour of every day?) Let him know that you understand his feelings and that you are there for him.

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